Chris Carter, archaeologist, from ANU
How were a small group of Spanish soldiers able to defeat the Aztec empire and colonise much of the New World? 'Guns, germs and steel’ (to quote Jared Diamond) certainly played a part in their demise, but archaeologist Chris Carter argues that Spanish culture was so different to their own that the Aztecs did not know how to respond.
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