jueves, 12 de febrero de 2009

Hostoria de Mexico | History of Mexico 1000-1450

Full text of "The history of ancient Mexican art; an essay in outline"

1000 A. D. - ... Torquemada that it was the Olmecs who had caused the emigration of Nahuat-speaking Nicaraos from the surroundings of Cholula to Nicaragua {circa 1000 A. D.).
1168 A. D. - The expulsion of the Toltecicized Olmecs from Cholula was effected with the help of the warlike Nahuatlacs in 1168 A. D. As we read in Torquemada that the ...
1337 A. D. - ... others it also brought in 1168 A. D. the Tlatelolcas who were separated from the Tenochcas since 1337 A. D. The dynasty of the Mexico- Tenochtitian kings (ca.
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1408 - (1408). In the overthrow of Azcapotzalco (c. 1430), Cuauhtitlan only. exchanged masters: the Matricula de tributos shows it as tributary to
1430 - Defeat of CuauhtitlAn, 1430 (155-156). a. Magueyes planted in the plaza. b. Slave market removed to Azcapotzalco. c. Disasters of the war (prisoners, tributes).
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REEXAMINING NEZAHUALCÓYOTL'S TEXCOCO: POLITICS, CONQUESTS AND LAW J L

1427 - After the Tepanec emperor Tezozómoc died in 13 Reed (1427),. his successor, Maxtla, broke the Tepanec alliance with the Mexicas by
1428 - feated Azcapotzalco in 1 Flint (1428). Ixtlilxóchitl insists that Neza-. hualcóyotl played a pivotal role in destroying Azcapotzalco not only
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Chimalpopoca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

1397 - Born, 1397. Tenochtitlan. Died, 1427. Tenochtitlan or Azcapotzalco. Chimalpopoca (Classical Nahuatl: Chīmalpopōca IPA: [ʧiː.maɬ.po.'poː.ka] for "smoking shield" ...
1427 - 1417 – 1427. Tlacochcalcatl, Teuhtlehuac. Tlacateccatl, Itzcoatl. Preceded by, Huitzilihuitl. Succeeded by, Itzcoatl. Born, 1397. Tenochtitlan. Died, 1427
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THE PEOPLE & HISTORY OF MEXICO - TIME-LINE OVERVIEW WITH MORE THAN ...

1100 - The Inca Empire (1100) Marco Polo travels to China (1271 - 1295) Constantinople falls to the Turks Columbus arrives in what is later called the Americas (1492)
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