The Toltec culture has remained a mystery for many years. Much of what is known about this rich culture was recorded and preserved by the neighboring Aztec tribes. While the Toltecs and the Aztecs did not co-exist during the same time period, what remained of the Toltec culture during the Aztec period was closely safeguarded.
One main aspect of the daily life of the Toltecs is that these people were deeply religious and very protective of their territory and the members of their tribe. These individuals engaged in the worship of the god Quetzalcoatl. This god was said to be the ruling deity over philosophy and learning. What is speculated is that the learning in question consisted of both their environment and the means by which to protect themselves.
The Toltecs were also known for their great stone carvings. These ornamental statues give some indication that the Toltecs had prowess in things of war. Although, there is no substantive evidence that validates this claim. To this date no significant findings have been reported of any type of remnants of war. While the Toltecs were quite ready and able to defend themselves, it does not appear that this was a necessary facet for their daily living.
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