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  1. 18 de mar. de 2023 · Moctezuma’s personality and the circumstances surrounding his death have, since the first years of Spanish rule in Mexico, been the subject of misinformation and argument amongst both the chroniclers of the time and serious students of pre-Hispanic history.

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    20 de mar. de 2023 · MOTECUHZOMA XOCOYOTZIN or MOTECUHZOMA THE YOUNGER (he was the ruling king when Hernán Cortés arrived in Mexico). After the death of Motecuhzoma the Younger two other people ruled Tenochtitlan but they were not crowned as kings. They were Cuitlahuac and Cuauhtemoc respectively. Women played major roles in the founding of Tenochtitlan.

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    17 de mar. de 2023 · • Inset: detail from a portrait of Moctezuma II from The Indian Races of North and South America by Charles de Wolf Brownell, Hurlbut, Scranton and Company, Hartford, Connecticut, 1864. Professor Davíd Carrasco has answered 4 questions altogether: Did the Aztecs have a particularly BAD ruler, like we had Henry VIII?

  4. 17 de mar. de 2023 · It is important to recall that the creations, their names, and sequence on the Calendar Stone were devised by Moctezuma and the Aztecs. They are essentially unrelated to the sequences of world creations and destructions used by other peoples of ancient Mexico and Central America.

  5. 20 de mar. de 2023 · Some were short and sweet: Mexico today might have an (Aztec) Emperor as a constitutional monarch rather than a President (JM, MC); Central Mexico might now be part of the United States (MR); there would be an Aztec delegation to the United Nations (MC); Mexico might now be the United States of Anáhuac, or, if the English had ...

  6. 18 de mar. de 2023 · That the Aztecs loved their plants and flowers is no secret. Bernal Diaz, one of the Conquistadors sent by Spain to explore middle America, recorded in his diary the Conquistadors’ astonishment at the gardens of the Aztec Emperor Montezuma, “with their many varieties of flowers and sweet-scented trees... his gardens were a ...