Acamapichtli (Classical Nahuatl: Ācamāpichtli [aːkamaːˈpit͡ʃt͡ɬi], meaning "Handful of reeds") was the first tlatoani, or ruler, of the Aztecs (or Mexica) of ...
Background. Acamapichtli was not a native of Tenochtitlan. Blood relationships between rulers were an important aspect of politics in fourteenth-century Mexico, and ...
Acamapichtli was the first Great Speaker (emperor) of the Mexica or Aztecs and ruled during ca. 1376-1396.
Azteca Gobernó entre 1376 y 1395. Imagen del Manuscrito Tovar, Acamapichtli sostiene un cetro sobre una estera de caña. A la izquierda pieles de jaguar, y ...
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Ācamāpīchtli was the first tlatoani (ruler) of the Tenochca, a group of Mexica that would later become known as the Aztecs, and as such he is generally considered ...
Códice Florentino, lib. VIII, f. 1r. Digitalización: Raíces . Acamapichtli. Su nombre significa “puñado de cañas”, y otras ...
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Biography Family and early life. Acamapichtli was not a native of Tenochtitlan. Blood relationships between rulers were an important aspect of politics in 14th ...
Acamapichtli; Acamapichtli no Códice Tovar. 1º Tlatoani de Tenochtitlan: 1382 – 1391: Sucessor: Huitzilihuitl: Cihuacoatl de Tenochtitlan: 1376 – 1382: Antecessor