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  2. Axayacatl - Wikipedia

    Axayacatl (/ ˌ æ ʃ ə ˈ j ɑː k ə t əl /; Classical Nahuatl: āxāyacatl [aːʃaːˈjákatɬ] ; Spanish: Axayácatl [axaˈʝakatɬ]; meaning "face of water"; c. 1449 –1481) was the sixth tlatoani of the altepetl of Tenochtitlan and Emperor of the Aztec Triple Alliance.

  3. Axayacatl - Wikiwand

    SHOW ALL QUESTIONS. Axayacatl ( / ˌæʃəˈjɑːkətəl /; Classical Nahuatl: āxāyacatl [aːʃaːˈjákatɬ] ( listen); Spanish: Axayácatl [axaˈʝakatɬ]; meaning "face of water"; c. 1449 –1481) was the sixth tlatoani of the altepetl of Tenochtitlan and Emperor of the Aztec Triple Alliance.

  4. Axayacatl (insect) - Wikipedia

    Axayacatl [ɑʃɑˈjɑkɑt͡ɬ] and its plural, āxaxayacatl [ɑːʃɑʃɑˈjɑkɑt͡ɬ] (the plural form is not commonly used in daily Nahuatl) are the two common names of pre-Hispanic origin used in Mexico to refer to species of aquatic insects in the family Corixidae, the eggs of which, ahuauhtli ( [aˈwawt͡ɬi]) (in Spanish ahuautle ), deposited abundantly on rus...

  5. Axayacatl (c. 1449–1481) |

    Axayacatl ( b. ca. 1449; d. 1481), Aztec emperor from 1468/69–1481. The sixth Mexica Tlatoani (a "speaker" or ruler), Axayacatl (Watery Visage) was the grandson of two previous rulers: Motecuhzoma I on his mother's side, and Itzcoatl on his father's side.

  6. The Astonishing Axayacatl - Mexicolore

    The sixth king of the Aztecs, named Axayacatl (pronounce: ah-shah-YAH-cahtl), who ruled the Aztec Empire from 1469 to 1481, is primarily remembered for subjugating Tenochtitlan’s sister-city, Tlatelolco in 1473. In Nahuatl, the language of the Aztecs, the noun axayacatl (also appearing as axaxayacatl) literally means “Water-Face” (Pic 1).

  7. Emperor Axayacatl de Iztapalapa, 6to Tlatoani of Tenochtitlan ...

    Axayacatl (pron. {ah-sha-ya-ka'-tl} - the name means "Water-mask" or "Water-face") was a ruler (tlatoani) of the Postclassic Mesoamerican Aztec Empire and city of Tenochtitlán, who reigned from 1469 to 1481. He is chiefly remembered for subjugating Tlatelolco, Tenochtitlán's sister city, in 1473.

  8. Ancient Aztec palace ruins found in Mexico City - DW

    07/14/2020. Mexican archaeologists have found the remains of the homes of Aztec ruler Axayacatl and Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes in Mexico city. The site is located under a historic building ...

  9. Axayácatl - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libreácatl

    Axayacatl fue hijo de la princesa Atotoztli II y su primo, el príncipe Tezozómoc hijo de Itzcóatl. nieto de Moctezuma Ilhuicamina e Itzcóatl . Fue sucesor de Moctezuma, sus hermanos fueron los huey tlatoani Tízoc y Ahuízotl. Tío del huey tlatoani Cuauhtémoc y padre de Moctezuma Xocoyotzin y Cuitláhuac .

  10. ‘Mexican caviar’ ahuautle insect eggs facing threats, farmers ...

    Dry axayacatl, a type of water bug, are displayed at a restaurant in Iztapalapa, near Mexico City, that specializes in pre-Hispanic dishes. Fernando Llano / AP Juan Hernandez cleans ahuautle, known as Mexican caviar, in Texcoco, near Mexico City. “Cleaning is a process that takes a lot of work,” Hernández says. Fernando Llano / AP

  11. Aztec Palace Complex and Later Cortes Home Unearthed in ...

    Axayacatl was the 6 th Aztec Empire emperor ( tlatoani), a great conqueror, and the father of the last independent ruler of the Aztecs, Moctezuma II (or Montezuma II). The Axayacatl Palace was where some of most decisive moments in the fall of the Aztec Empire took place.