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  2. Moctezuma's Descendants in Aguascalientes - Indigenous Mexico

    MOCTEZUMA II XOCOYOTSIN II was born about 1480 as the son of AXAYACTL TLATOANI (Water Mask” or “Water Face”), who was the sixth Emperor of the Aztecs, reigning over Tenochtitlán from 1469 to 1481. Axayactl was himself the grandson of Emperor MOCTEZUMA I (reigned 1440 to 1469), the monarch that he succeeded. Moctezuma II became the ...

  3. Moctezuma I, el tlatoani que consolidó el imperio mexica

    CIUDAD DE MÉXICO, 25 de julio del 2020.-. Moctezuma I ha pasado a la historia como el gobernante que reinó más tiempo sobre los destinos de Tenochtitlan, convirtiéndole en el poder hegemónico de Mesoamérica, un personaje fascinante del que habló Eduardo Matos Moctezuma, investigador emérito del Instituto Nacional de Antropología e ...

  4. Moctezuma I Facts for Kids

    Moctezuma I (c. 1398 –1469), also known as Moteuczomatzin Ilhuicamina (), Huehuemoteuczoma or Montezuma I (Classical Nahuatl: Motēuczōma Ilhuicamīna [moteːkʷˈsoːma ilwikaˈmiːna], Classical Nahuatl: Huēhuemotēuczōma [weːwemoteːkʷˈsoːma]), was the second Aztec emperor and fifth king of Tenochtitlan.

  5. Moctezuma I and His Conquest of Eastern Mexico, Reign of ...

    Moctezuma I, also known as Motecuhzoma I Ilhuicamina, was the Aztec's fifth tlatoani (ruler). He ruled between 1440 and 1469 which is where he is recorded on the Biblical Timeline Chart with World History.

  6. Moctezuma I. – Wikipedia

    Moctezuma I. (eigentlich Motēcuhzōma Ilhuicamīna [ moteːkʷ'soːma ilwika'miːna ], Nahuatl für Er schaut finster drein wie ein Fürst und dem unterscheidenden Beinamen der nach dem Himmel schießt, spanisch auch Montezuma; * 1390; † 1469) war von 1440 bis 1469 Herrscher über die aztekische Stadt Tenochtitlán. Zusammen mit seinem ...

  7. At the beginning of the reign of Moctezuma I Several natural disasters occurred.Thus the correct option is A. What was the reign of Moctezuma I? Moctezuma, I am famous for overseeing the building and completion of a double tunnel pipe system that supplied fresh water to Tenochtitlan during their tenure over the Aztec Empire in 1440–1469.

  8. Fountain Pen Patron of Art Homage to Moctezuma I Limited ...

    The capital city of Tenochtitlán, today’s Mexico City, blossomed under his rule. The Montblanc Patron of Art Homage to Moctezuma I Limited Edition 4810 with champagne-tone gold-coated fittings is dedicated to this supreme ruler of one of the most special cultures in world history.

  9. My Mestizo Roots: Brief Encounters with Aztec Royalty - Substack

    Exploring ancestral archives can be quite fascinating. For example, in the late 1580s my 10th great grandfather Juan Guerra de Reza married Ana de Arellano y Zaldívar, the granddaughter of Maria Onate Cortes Moctezuma and a prominent member of New Spain’s unofficial Aztec-Spanish royalty. De Reza came to the New World in his twenties and rose to the rank of General in his military service ...

  10. Hernán Cortés - Biography, Facts & Accomplishments - HISTORY

    Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés (1485-1547) traveled to Mexico in 1519, where he eventually overthrew the Aztec empire and helped build Mexico City.

  11. Moctezuma I and Moctezuma II -

    Moctezuma I was the Aztec Emperor in the 15th century. He overlooked the solidification of the Triple Alliance that founded the Aztec Empire. During his reign, the Empire significantly expanded beyond the Valley of Mexico and a double aqueduct system was constructed to provide fresh water to the city of Tenochtitlan.