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  1. Hernan Cortes (17441 bytes)
    2: ...rtés, marqués del Valle de Oaxaca''' ([[1485]]–[[December 2]], [[1547]]) was the [[conquistado...
    5: ...who later conquered the [[Inca]] empire of modern-day [[Peru]] (not to be confused with another Franci...
    10: ... slaves for his efforts. This was the ''[[encomienda]]'' that had worked so well in the conquest of th...
    12: ...a more distant land where gold was said to be abundant. Cortés eagerly sold or mortgaged all his land...
    18: ...metimes called "[[La Malinche]]," later made legendary in book and film (even if she was not, as conqu...
  2. Teotihuacan (6370 bytes)
    9: ...ies later for the [[Toltec]] capital of [[Tula, Hidalgo|Tula]] (''Tollan Xicocotitlan'' in Nahuatl).
    15: ... The city reached its [[zenith]] approx. [[150]]–[[450]] AD, when it was the center of an influe...
    17: ...the '''Pyramid of the Moon''', the '''Temple of [[Quetzalcoatl]]''' or [[Temple of the Feathered Serpent]], and ...
  3. Toltec (2981 bytes)
    5: ...ec]] times. In Toltec (and later Aztec) mythology Quetzalcoatl was a rival of [[Tezcatlipoca]], the first god wh...
    11: ...ch as the Aztec, written centuries later after a "dark age" in Central Mexico, together with some refe...
    13: * Chalchiuh Tlatonac – first Toltec king, founder of Tula
    18: * [[Topiltzin Ce Acatl Quetzalcoatl]], son of Mixcoatl, the most famous Toltec ruler
    22: * [[Tlilcoatzin]] – died c. 1000 (?)
  4. Aztec (38742 bytes)
    3: ...ts in [[Lake Texcoco]] – the site of modern-day [[Mexico City]].
    7: ...he historical Aztec civilization, not with modern-day Nahuatl speakers.
    13: ...icanSculptureRememberingTheSignForTenochtitlanFoundation.JPG|thumb|right|300px|Sculpture commemorating...
    40: Each day, the ''Huey Tlatoani'' met with the elders and t...
    49: ...lt their capital city of Tenochtitlan. This legendary vision is pictured on the [[Coat of Arms of Mex...
  5. Aztec mythology (10599 bytes)
    28: *[[Cipactonal]] - god of astrology and the calendar
    31: *[[Coatlicue]] (She of the Serpent Skirt) - legendary mother of [[Coyolxauhqui]], the [[Centzon Huitz...
    33: *[[Coyolxauhqui]] - legendary sister of [[Huitzilopochtli]], associated with ...
    35: *[[Ehecatl]] (also ''Ehecatl-[[Quetzalcoatl]]'') - the god of the Wind and creator of the ear...
    44: *[[Ixtlilton]] - the god of healing, dancing, festivals and games. Brother of [[Xochipill...
  6. Tenochtitlan (3092 bytes)
    15: ...a II]], thinking Cort鳠to be the returning god [[Quetzalcoatl]], welcomed him with great pomp. Some of the conq...
  7. Mesoamerica (2665 bytes)
    3: ...the solar year calendar (see: [[Mesoamerican calendars]]); the construction of temples elevated atop s...
    14: : Zapotec [[Zapotec calendar|calendar]], [[Zapotec mythology|mythology]]
    15: : Maya [[Maya calendar|calendar]], [[Maya numerals|numerals]]
    16: : Aztec [[Aztec calendar|calendar]], [[Aztec mythology|mythology]]
  8. Hernán Cortés (42809 bytes)
    4: ...ter to [[Cuba]], where he received an ''[[encomienda]]'' and, for a short time, became alcalde (magist...
    6: ...ions of Cortés tend to be simplistic, and either damning or idealizing.
    10: ..., and is the name which many people know him by today.
    14: ...who later conquered the [[Inca]] empire of modern-day [[Peru]] (not to be confused with another Franci...
    36: ...ony. Cortés continued to build a reputation as a daring and bold leader. He became secretary for Gove...

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