Chimalpopoca (Moctezuma)

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Chimalpopoca is identified by some sources as a son of the Tlatoani Moctezuma II, not be confused with an earlier Aztec ruler of the same name. According to some authors he was taken out of Tenochtitlan as a prisoner with other noble men by the Spaniards during the Noche Triste, when he was killed. [1]:87

Chimalpopoca is the son of Tlatoani Acamapichtli and the brother of Huitzilihuitl. He was born 1480 in Mexico City.

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  1. ^ León-Portilla, M. 1992, 'The Broken Spears: The Aztec Accounts of the Conquest of Mexico. Boston: Beacon Press, ISBN 978-0807055014
  • Orozco y Berra, Manuel; Historia Antigua y de la Conquista de México; Ciudad de México, 1888. Volume IV, pp 445 and 446.
  • González-Obregón, Luis; Las Calles de México; Ciudad de México, 1992. Page 6.