1. Where is chapter one set?
(a) At the pyramids of Teotihuacan.
(b) On the planet Jupiter.
(c) In the city of Tenochtitlan, as the Spanish conquer the Aztecs.
(d) In twenty-third century Mexico City.
2. Why does Hernán Cortés decide to build a new city on an ancient one?
(a) He feels that he should utilize the large labor force available to him in this area.
(b) He believes that God wanted for him to establish an even greater city in its place.
(c) He enjoys the altitude and other unique geographical features of the city.
(d) He quickly understood that he had to obliterate all traces of the ancient city in Aztec memory.
3. Where does Rodrigo build his home?
(a) On a tract of land that includes the Pyramid of Love.
(b) Outside of the capitol city, where he can enjoy the countryside.
(c) Near the ancient pyramids of Parangaricutirimícuaro.
(d) In the center of town, near the Great Temple, where a select circle of captains are building.
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