Aztec Accomplishments and Contributions to the World The Aztecs had an impressively advanced engineering culture. They constructed aqueducts as well as dikes. They constructed the chinampas, which are also known as floating gardens, so that they could cultivate crops on more territory.
Their accomplishments in engineering include the building of a twin aqueduct, an enormous dike, causeways, and artificial islands. In addition to many other things, the Aztecs possessed a numerical system, a calendar, a significant amount of medical knowledge, and a robust history in poetry.
The Aztec economy was driven by thriving marketplaces like as Tenochtitlan’s Tlatelolco, which on peak market days were frequented by about 50,000 people. The social, intellectual, and aesthetic aspects of the Aztec civilisation were all at a very high level of development.