Cutzamala (Mesoamerican site)
Cutzamala is an archaeological site in the northern Guerrero region of Mexico. During the Postclassic period in Mesoamerican chronology the settlement of Cutzamala served as a garrison outpost of the Tarascan state, and according to ethnohistorical sources such as the Relaciones geográficas was stationed with a contingent of up to ten thousand Tarascan warriors during the period of conflict between the Tarascans and the Aztec Empire.
- "Background" (Silverstein 2001)
- Silverstein, Jay E. (2001). "A Study of the Late Postclassic Aztec-Tarascan Frontier in Northern Guerrero, México: The Oztuma-Cutzamala Project, 1998". The Foundation Granting Department: Reports Submitted to FAMSI. Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies, Inc. (FAMSI). Retrieved 2009-06-15.
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