Ten Facts You Didn't Know About Cuauhtemoc, Final Aztec Emperor: There is a Controversy over his Remains

Ten Facts You Didn't Know About Cuauhtémoc, Final Aztec Emperor

Ten Facts You Didn't Know About Cuauhtemoc, Final Aztec Emperor: There is a Controversy over his Remains

Montezuma's Headdress (Museum of Ethnology, Vienna)    The precious artifact, made of 400 bronze-green quetzal feathers mounted in gold and studded with precious stones, is an important Mexican national symbol because it is traditionally believed to have been worn by Montezuma II, the Aztec emperor at the time of the Spanish arrival in 1519.

Moctezuma’s headdress, or Kopilli Ketzalli (sacred crown), as displayed in the Vienna Museum of Ethnology

Montezuma - Aztec Emperor.

Montezuma - Aztec Emperor.

Montezuma - Aztec Emperor.

Montezuma - Aztec Emperor.

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A detail view of the Penacho feather headdress allegedly worn by Aztec emperor Moctezuma II is displayed at the Museum fur Volkerkunde (Museum of Ethnology) in Vienna on November 16, 2012. Some say it was brought to Europe by Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, others that it was used by an Aztec high priest. In any case the flaming green-and-blue headpiece -- the only one of its kind still in existence -- remains at the centre of a tug-of-war between Mexico, which would like to bring it…

A detail view of the Penacho feather headdress allegedly worn by Aztec emperor Moctezuma II is displayed at the Museum fur Volkerkunde (Museum of Ethnology) in Vienna on November 16, 2012. Some say it was brought to Europe by Spanish conquistador Hernan Cortes, others that it was used by an Aztec high priest. In any case the flaming green-and-blue headpiece -- the only one of its kind still in existence -- remains at the centre of a tug-of-war between Mexico, which would like to bring it…

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Montezuma ruled the Aztecs from 1502–1520. He was a brutal ruler, and his reign was known for continuous warfare.

In the early century, the Aztec Emperor Moctezuma II ruled from the city of Tenochitilan, situated in the location of present day Mexic.

1761 portrait of Don Francisco de Orense y Moctezuma, Count of Villalobos. This fascinating portrait is painted in the European grand manner, with all the accoutrements of aristocratic privilege, at a high level of painterly skill. But it is composed in colonial Mexico & represents a mestizo descended both from Spanish invaders & from abducted family members of the murdered Aztec emperor.

1761 portrait of Don Francisco de Orense y Moctezuma, Count of Villalobos. This fascinating portrait is painted in the European grand manner, with all the accoutrements of aristocratic privilege, at a high level of painterly skill. But it is composed in colonial Mexico & represents a mestizo descended both from Spanish invaders & from abducted family members of the murdered Aztec emperor.

Aztec Emperor (Huey Tlatoani), pochteca Source: Osprey Military Men-At Arms series "Aztec, Mixtec and Zapotec Armies" by John Pohl. Illustrator: Angus McBride

Aztec Emperor (Huey Tlatoani), pochteca Source: Osprey Military Men-At Arms series "Aztec, Mixtec and Zapotec Armies" by John Pohl.

LOVE THIS ONE!!! LOL  Aztec Emperor Dragon in Child Form with Egg

Dragon City: The Aztec Emperor dragon information

Ten Amazing Facts About Montezuma, Aztec Emperor: Montezuma was not Really his Name

Ten Amazing Facts About Montezuma, Aztec Emperor

Ten Amazing Facts About Montezuma, Aztec Emperor: Montezuma was not Really his…

Hernando Cortez meeting with Aztec Emperor Montezuma II a crazy moment in history for Both groups. Montezuma II was the most powerful of Aztec Emperors.

Hernan Cortes meets Emperor Moctezuma, 8 November Moctezuma ' s feet are protected from touching the ground; his people - Stock Image

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