The fall of Tenochtitlan is depicted as an epic battle between Spanish troops and Mexica defenders
The Kislack series most immediately reflects the interpretations and emphases of the Historia de la conquista de Mexico
The image promotes the roles of the Spanish leader and his principal captains, emphasizes the military prowess of the conquerors, eclipses the presence of black soldiers completely, and marginalizes the part played by the Tlexcalteca and other native allies of the invaders.
Trade Routes The correlation between pre-conquest trade routes and conquest expedition routes.
Trade, gift exchange, and tribute payments took place both within and between these.
Don Gonzalo Matatzin Moctezuma According to the interrogatorio and related testimonies, Matatzin’s campaign can be divided into two parts: first his army went southwest of Tepexi , conquering until it reached the Valley of Oaxaza; then it turned what confusing, as there does not seem to be a clear pattern in their distribution: Chinatla, Igualtepec, Tlanchinola, Acatlan, Ecatepec, and Huajolotitlan. The Correlation between trade routes and Matzatzin of Tepexi’s conquest routes
Mapa de Cuauhtinchan
This is a particularly good example of the striking similarity between the format and layout of the Linenzo de Quauhquechollan and that of the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan
Cuauhtinchan was, just like Tlaxcala and Quauhquechollan, a powerful Nahuaalepel, situated some sixty kilometers to the northeast of Quauhquechollan.