La Guerra de Los Aztecas Contra Los Tepanecas, Raices y ConsecuenciasLa Guerra de Los Aztecas Contra Los Tepanecas, Raices y Consecuencias

Chapman, Ann MacKaye (1922-2010)

Published by Instituto Nacional de Antropologi¿a e Historia (INAH), Mexico City, 1959
Condition: About Very Good Soft cover
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122 pages with map, figures and plates. Octavo ()9" x 6 3/4") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. Acta Antrhoplogica, Epoca 2, Volume I, Number 4. First edition. In 1426, the Tepanec king Tezozomoc died, and the resulting succession crisis precipitated a civil war. The Mexica supported Tezozomoc's preferred heir Tayahauh who was initially enthroned as king. His son, Maxtla, soon usurped the throne and turned against those factions that opposed him, including the Mexica king Chimalpopoca. Chimalpopoca died shortly after this, possibly assassinated by Maxtla. The new Mexica king Itzcoatl remained defiant to Maxtla, and in response Maxtla had Tenochtitlan blockaded and demanded increased tribute payments. Maxtla similarly turned against the Acolhua, and the king of Texcoco, Nezahualcoyotl fled into exile. Nezahualcoyotl recruited the military assistance of the king of Huexotzinco, and the Mexica gained the support of a dissident Tepanec city, Tlacopan. In 1427, Tenochtitlan, Texcoco, Tlacopan, and Huexotzinco went to war with Azcapotzalco and emerged victorious in 1428. Condition: Offset darkening to wrappers, edge wear, corners bumped, damp stain to some heal edges, some pencil underlining els about a very good copy. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS003500

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Title: La Guerra de Los Aztecas Contra Los ...

Publisher: Instituto Nacional de Antropologi¿a e Historia (INAH), Mexico City

Publication Date: 1959

Binding: Orignial Wrappers

Book Condition:About Very Good

Edition: 1st Edition

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