Juan de Guzmán
|Juan de Guzmán|
|Tlatoani of Coyoacán|
|Mother||The daughter of Huitzilatzin|
Juan de Guzmán's father was Quauhpopocatzin, a previous ruler of Coyoacán, and his mother was a daughter of Huitzilatzin, a ruler of Huitzilopochco. He was thus a great-great-grandson of Huitzilihuitl, the second Aztec ruler of Tenochtitlan. He was installed as tlatoani by Hernán Cortés in 1526, after the death of his elder brother Hernando Cetochtzin in 1525 during Cortés's expedition to Guatemala.
- Gibson (1960): p. 186
- Chimalpahin (1997): pp. 148–149.
- Gibson (1960): p. 187.
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- Horn, Rebecca (1997). Postconquest Coyoacán: Nahua-Spanish Relations in Central Mexico, 1519-1560. Stanford: Stanford University Press. ISBN 0-8047-2773-2.
|Tlatoani of Coyoacán
Juan de Guzmán the younger