Toltec

The Toltec culture is an archaeological Mesoamerican culture that dominated a state centered in Tula, in the early post-classic period of Mesoamerican chronology (ca 800–1000 CE). The later Aztec culture saw the Toltecs as their intellectual and cultural predecessors and described Toltec culture emanating from Tōllān ˈtoːlːaːn (Nahuatl for...
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Toltec

• (n.) One of a race which formerly occupied Mexico.
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Toltec

noun a member of the Nahuatl speaking people of central and southern Mexico
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Toltec

Click images to enlargeMember of an ancient American Indian people who ruled much of Mexico and Central America in the 10th–12th centuries, with their capital and religious centre at Tula or Tollán, northeast of Mexico City. They also occupied and extended the ancient Maya city of Chichen Itzá in Yucatá...
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Toltec

[Castaneda] The term `Toltec` is used in the works of writer Carlos Castaneda to denote a person who was recruited into a band of sorcerers with a tradition that had its origin in the Native American culture of that name. The nagual Juan described the Toltecs to Castaneda as a guild of sorcerers that began in Southern Mexico 10,000 years ag...
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Toltec

Tol'tec noun (Ethnol.) One of a race which formerly occupied Mexico. -- Tol'te*can adjective
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Toltec

Member of an ancient American Indian people who ruled much of Mexico and Central America in the 10th-12th centuries, with their capital and religious centre at Tula or Tollán, northeast of Mexico...
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Toltec

Nahuatl-speaking tribe who held sway over what is now central Mexico from the 10th to the 12th century . The name has many meanings: an `urbanite,` a ... [18 related articles]
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Toltec

The Toltecs were a prehistoric people of Central America to whom the Aztecs and the Mayas ascribed all their arts and ancient monuments.
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Toltec

Toltec (tol'tek) , ancient civilization of Mexico. The name in Nahuatl means “master builders.” The Toltec formed a warrior aristocracy that gained ascendancy in the Valley of Mexico c.A.D. 900 after the fall of Teotihuacán. Their early history is obscure but they seem to have...
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