The Mexica tlatoque lived amid an imperial estate, growing to the extent that they magnify and consolidated their domains. Along with these privileges, in his role as head of the company's obligations tlatoque had covered virtually all areas. They were the last charge of the military campaigns that gave support to the ruling group and the common people of Tenochtitlan. (...)

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The Mexica tlatoque lived amid an imperial estate, growing to the extent that they magnify and consolidated their domains. Along with these privileges, in his role as head of the company's obligations tlatoque had covered virtually all areas. They were the last charge of the military campaigns that gave support to the ruling group and the common people of Tenochtitlan. (...)

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