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  2. The death of Moctezuma (1) - Mexicolore

    In return the hapless Aztec governor receives a hail of stones and insults, wounding him in more ways than one. According to Cortés himself, it was one of these stones which led, days later, to the death of Moctezuma.

  3. Aztec pleasure gardens - Mexicolore

    One of many Aztec paradises - Tlalocan - consisted, in Soustelle’s words, of ‘an idealised vision of the eastern tropics, a green country of flowers and warm rain; it was a garden of repose and plenty, where the blessed lived for ever in peaceful happiness’ (Pic 3).

  4. The death of Moctezuma (2) - Mexicolore

    Moctezuma’s envoys will need to return four times before he can be admitted. First expedition In the first phase of what in ceremonial protocol would be a ritual death associated with suicide, Moctezuma’s guide is the avatar of the god Xipe Totec: Totec Chicahua (c), ‘our lord with strength’.

  5. The last Mexica princess (1) - Mexicolore

    This detailed study of Isabel de Moctezuma, affectionately called ‘the last Mexica princess’, was kindly written specially for us by Anastasia Kalyuta, an ethnohistorian based at the Russian Museum of Ethnography, St. Petersburg, who has undertaken extensive research on Isabel’s life at the General Archive of the Indies in Seville, Spain.

  6. Conquistador - Wikipedia

    From 1519 to 1521, Hernán Cortés waged a campaign against the Aztec Empire, ruled by Moctezuma II. From the territories of the Aztec Empire, conquistadors expanded Spanish rule to northern Central America and parts of what is now the southern and western United States, and from Mexico sailing the Pacific Ocean to the Spanish East Indies.

  7. Motecuhzuma Xocoyotzin (1) - Mexicolore

    Moctezuma Xocoyotzin was the grandson of the old (Huehue) Moctezuma Ilhuicamina, who ruled the Aztec lands from 1440-1469. We know that Moctezuma Xocoyotzin performed well at war and was also an accomplished priest. During his thirties, he became commander-in-chief of the Aztec legions.

  8. Oaxaca - Wikipedia

    Oaxaca ( English: / wəˈhækə / wə-HAK-ə, also US: / wɑːˈhɑːkɑː / wah-HAH-kah, Spanish: [waˈxaka] ⓘ, from Classical Nahuatl: Huāxyacac [waːʃˈjakak] ⓘ ), officially the Free and Sovereign State of Oaxaca ( Spanish: Estado Libre y Soberano de Oaxaca ), is one of the 32 states that compose the Federative Entities of the United Mexican States.

  9. Mexicolore

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  10. Mexicolore

    The name Moctezuma today: Who are these 2 gods? What were Aztec shields made of? How should I start teaching a topic on the Aztecs? How did the Aztecs make molcajetes? Can you tell us anything about the Aztec God of Good Health? Why wear headdresses? How big was the Aztec Calendar (Stone)? An image of Citlalicue? Aztec pyramids

  11. The {italicxiuhuitzolli} or royal diadem - Mexicolore

    Pic 1: The royal diadem carved into the lid of emperor Moctezuma II’s funeral casket; Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City (Click on image to enlarge) Its name in Nahuatl is xiuhuitzolli . The word is a combination of xiuh , which has multiple meanings (turquoise, grass, comet, year...) and huitzolli , meaning ‘something pointed ...