Huehue Huitzilihuitl: Tlatoani of the Mexica (1226 - 1299)
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Huehue Huitzilihuitl
Tlatoani of the Mexica

Huehue Huitzilihuitl

Huehue Huitzilihuitl
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Intro Tlatoani of the Mexica
Was Noble King
From Mexico
Field Military Royals
Gender male
Birth 1226
Death 1299 (aged 73 years)
The details (from wikipedia)


From Codex Boturini

Huehue Huitzilihuitl Born 1227, died 1299, ("Huitzilihuitl the Elder", to distinguish him from Huitzilihuitl who ruled Tenochtitlan) was the tlatoani ("ruler" or "king") of the Aztec while they were settled at Chapultepec in the 13th century (1272–1299).

When the Mexica were attacked and driven from Chapultepec, Huehue Huitzilihuitl was captured and brought to Culhuacan next to his daughter where they were sacrificed. The Mexica would not again be ruled by a tlatoani until after their settlement at Tenochtitlan, where they took Acamapichtli as their leader.

The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 10 Apr 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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