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[Mexico] Dioses Aztecas

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Azteca warrior

Maztlani eagle knight prepares for battle. From Totems of the Dead, a Savage Worlds RPG Sourcebook. Art by Tomek Tworek.

La mitología mexica o mitología azteca es una extensión del complejo cultural mexica. Antes de llegar los aztecas al valle del Anáhuac, ya existían antiguos cultos y diosas del Sol que ellos adoptaron en su afán de adquirir un rostro.[cita requerida] Al asimilarlos también cambiaron sus propios dioses, tratando de colocarlos al mismo nivel de los antiguos dioses del panteón nahua.

La mitología mexica o mitología azteca es una extensión del complejo cultural mexica. Antes de llegar los aztecas al valle del Anáhuac, ya existían antiguos cultos y diosas del Sol que ellos adoptaron en su afán de adquirir un rostro.[cita requerida] Al asimilarlos también cambiaron sus propios dioses, tratando de colocarlos al mismo nivel de los antiguos dioses del panteón nahua.

"Sacrificio ritual azteca"

Aztec ritual of Sacrificing humans to give praise and thanks to the Gods.

Mictlantecutli - The Owl Man, Aztec god of death

Mictlantecuhtli: God of the dead and the Lord of Mictlan, the lowest and northernmost section of the underworld. He was one of the principal gods of the Aztecs and was the most prominent of several gods and goddesses of death and the underworld.

Cuitláhuac, 10th tlatoani of the Aztec Empire, brother of Moctezuma II. After being held captive by the Aztecs, Cortés ordered Moctezuma to ask his people stop fighting. Moctezuma told him that they wouldn't listen to him, and in turn asked him to free his brother Cuitláhuac so he'd convince the people to stop. Once freed, Cuitláhuac led his people against the conquistadors and successfully drove them out of Tenochtitlán on June 30, 1520. After ruling for only 80 days, he died of smallpox.

Cuitláhuac, tlatoani of the Aztec Empire, brother of Moctezuma II.

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