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Aztec (coronation stone of Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin [Moctezuma II], ruler of the Aztec [Mexica] Empire) Moctezuma Ii, Ancient Aztecs, Ancient History, Aztec Culture, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican, Art Institute Of Chicago, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts

Coronation Stone of Motecuhzoma II (Stone of the Five Suns) | The Art Institute of Chicago

Aztec (Mexica), 1503

Aztec (coronation stone of Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin [Moctezuma II], ruler of the Aztec [Mexica] Empire) Moctezuma Ii, Ancient Aztecs, Ancient History, Aztec Culture, Aztec Art, Mesoamerican, Art Institute Of Chicago, Mexican Art, Ancient Artifacts

Coronation Stone of Motecuhzoma II (Stone of the Five Suns) | The Art Institute of Chicago

Aztec (Mexica), 1503

Aztec Temple Stone (Monument of Sacred War, 1507 AD) Motecuhzoma II throne, Museo Nacional de Antropología, Mexico City. Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History, Art History, Montezuma, Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Aztec Temple, Aztec Ruins

ANCIENT ART

Exploring the art of the ancient world. Updated daily. Run by an over-enthusiastic anthropology and...

Moctezuma II was the ruler of the Aztec Empire, whose unfortunate reign coincided with the arrival of the Spanish under the conquistador Hernan Cortez (Hernán Cortés). Moctezuma Ii, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Ancient Greek, Aztec Empire, Aztec Culture, Art Of Fighting, Aztec Warrior, Mesoamerican

La Pintura y la Guerra - Página 663

Un lugar para publicar y analizar los cuadros de las grandes batallas de la humanidad, desde la antigua Grecia hasta la invencion del cine a sido el unico mo…

Montezuma and "Quetzalcoatl"… er… Hernan Cortes PRETENDING to be Quetzalcoatl… y la Malinche too… Conquistador, Aztec Emperor, Aztec History, Aztec Culture, Aztec Warrior, Inka, Indian Tribes, Mesoamerican, Montezuma

Montezuma and "Quetzalcoatl"… er… Hernan Cortes PRETENDING to be Quetzalcoatl… y la Malinche too…

Hernan Cortes and Moctezuma, who thought he was Quenazcoatl, the Aztec sun god. Cortes was just a Spanish tool who wanted gold. Conquistador, Ap Literature, Aztec Warrior, My Past Life, Ap Spanish, Montezuma, Mesoamerican, Inca, Moorish

RESUMEN DE HISTORIA.COM

Busto de Bernardo O´Higgins en Lima. Fotógrafo: Arturo Gómez Alarcón. ¿Quién fue Bernardo O'Higgins? Bernardo O´Higgins Riquelme (1778-1842) fue el principal líder de la Independencia de Chile y su primer gobernante republicano. Durante su adolescencia vivió algunos años en Lima, donde su padre, Ambrosio O´Higgins, llegó a ser Virrey del Perú (1796-1801). Después de luchar por la libertad de su patria (1810-1818) y de gobernarla (1818-1823) regresó a la casa limeña que lo acogió en sus años…

Moctezuma II was the ninth ruler of Tenochtitlan. He was ruler when the Aztec Empire reached its maximal size. He spread the empire very far south using warfare. Moctezuma Ii, Ancient Aztecs, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History, Aztec Headdress, Aztec History, Aztec Empire, Aztec Culture, Aztec Warrior

Moctezuma II

Moctezuma II was the 9th ruler of Tenochtitlan from the years 1502-1520. He was in power when the Spanish Conquest began and unfortunately when the city fell to the Spaniards.

Tarlton Law Library: Exhibit - Aztec and Maya Law: Aztec Political Structure Capital City, Aztec Empire, New Spain, Cradle Of Civilization, Roman Emperor, Pictogram, Mendoza, Mexico City, People

Codex Mendoza (1542)

The Codex Mendoza is an Aztec codex, created about twenty years after the Spanish conquest of Mexico with the intent that it be seen by Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain. It contains a history of the Aztec rulers and their conquests, a list of the tribute paid by the conquered, and a description of daily Aztec life, in traditional Aztec pictograms with Spanish explanations and commentary. It is named after Antonio de Mendoza, then the viceroy of New Spain, who may have…

In Tenochtitlan Moctezuma II was captured and killed. Then in 1535 most of central Mexico was under Spanish control. Moctezuma Ii, American Art, Native American, American Pride, Jesus Helguera, Brown Pride, Montezuma, Conquistador, Indigenous Art

Neither Victims Nor Executioner / Ni Víctimas ni Victimarios

For Tenochtitlan, relation of a graphic novel: Neither Victims Nor Executioner / Ni Víctimas ni V...

In Tenochtitlan Moctezuma II was captured and killed. Then in 1535 most of central Mexico was under Spanish control. Moctezuma Ii, American Art, Native American, American Pride, Jesus Helguera, Brown Pride, Montezuma, Conquistador, Indigenous Art

In Tenochtitlan Moctezuma II was captured and killed. Then in 1535 most of central Mexico was under Spanish control.

The legend of a ghostly woman that weeps during nighttime became famous after the fall of the Aztec Empire and the Spanish Conquest. Aztec Empire, After The Fall, Montezuma, Mexica, Mesoamerican, Interstellar, Astronomy, Comic Books, History

Motecuhzoma's Omen / El Presagio de Moctezuma

What saw Motecuhzoma and the aztecs on the skies of Mexico ten years before the arrival of the Conquistadores?... ¿Qué vieron Moctezuma y los aztecas en los cielos de México diez años antes de la llegada de los españoles?