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In Toltec legend, Chalchiuhtlatonac (Precious-stone-who-shines) was the second son of a ruler of the Chichemecs who governed the Toltecs for 52 years. He obtained this position because in a step toward diplomacy, the Toltecs to the south had asked the ruler to provide a chief from his family, and he, much flattered, gave them Chalchiuhtlatonac, his second son.
- Hale, Susan (1891). Mexico. The Story of the Nations. 27. London: T. Fisher Unwin. p. 26.
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