Aztec Innovation By:Ryan Masi

One major Innovation is the Aztec civilization was their water ways.These water ways were called aqueducts.They were connected water ways and they helped them by it would be easier to get water throughout the city it also had a bridge over it so it would be easier to walk over instead of going in the water. They invented it because it would be easier to get water.

The Aztec water streams was very important to them because they said that was there most important thing because they didn't want to keep going back to one river or lake every time. The water ways were all around town so they could maybe walk 20 steps and be there but if there was one place they would have to walk a mile there and a mile back WITH WATER.


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