This is it, what I was looking for to make the antidote!
The Aztecs were located in the south-central region of Pre Columbia, Mexico. Their capital was called Tenochtitlán, located on a floating island. They were a very advanced civilization with things such as floating gardens. Some of the words you hear everyday come from the Aztecs.
These floating gardens make harvesting our crops so much easier.
The first achievement is Universal Education, meaning education for both kids and adults. I put this as number one because I think it made kids a lot more useful, and of course knowledgeable.
I'm so glad these aqueducts provide us with good water!
Herbalism is the one I chose second, herbalism is developing antidote for things like sicknesses and such. I think this was important because I believe it helped prevent deaths from sicknesses
Floating Gardens is my 3rd, floating gardens are just what they sound like, gardens that float on water. I felt this was important because without it they wouldn't have been able to support their civilization, they didn't have much farm land since they were in the middle of a lake
Aqueducts is 4th, or last. Aqueducts were a way for them to receive fresh water, is is a "Human made channel to carry water over a long distance." This was very for the capital Tenochitlan , while they were an island in a lake, the lake was salt water, which isn't healthy to drink.
The Jaguar warriors were members of the Aztec military. To become a jaguar warrior you had to capture 12 enemies in two consecutive battles. The weapons they used were called Macuahuitl, which was what looked like a paddle with very shard obsidian blades sticking out of the sides