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Toltec Indian Language (Tolteca)
The Toltecs were a legendary civilization of ancient Mexico. According to Aztec oral and written history, they were the ancestors of the Aztecs
(though some scholars believe they were a mythological race rather than a distinct civilization.) The Toltec language has not survived;
if the Toltecs were real people rather than mythological, then their language was probably a precursor to the
Nahuatl language of the Aztecs. Unlike the Aztecs, the Toltecs did not have a
writing system of their own.
Civilizations in America: The Toltecs
Discussion of the ancient Toltec culture, with links.
Summary of what is known about the ancient Toltecs.
Civilizations of the Toltecs and Aztecs:
Information and links about these two related Mexican civilizations.
Collection of Toltec Indian legends and folktales.
Wikipedia article on the Toltecs.
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