Cuauhtitlan (Lugar entre los árboles), estado de México.

Diccionario náhuatl-español. 2008.

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  • Enrico Martínez — Henri Martín or Heinrich Martin, (date and place of birth unknown; d. in Mexico in 1632) was cosmographer to the King of Spain, interpreter for the Spanish Inquisition, publisher, and hydraulic engineer. Monument to Enrico Martinez in Mexico Cit …   Wikipedia

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  • Enrico Martin —     Enrico Martín     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Enrico Martín     Date and place of birth unknown; d. in Mexico in 1632. According to some he was of Spanish descent; Humboldt says that he was either a German or Dutchman, and according to others a …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Codex Chimalpopoca — Le Codex Chimalpopoca est un codex indigène colonial qui figure officiellement dans la Colección Antigua de l Archivo Histórico de l Institut National d Anthropologie et d Histoire à Mexico sous le numéro 159. Sa localisation actuelle est… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Juan Diego — Infobox Saint name=Saint Juan Diego birth date=c. 1474 death date=May 30, 1548 (aged 64) feast day=December 9 venerated in=Roman Catholicism imagesize=205px caption=Painting of Juan Diego by Miguel Cabrera birth place=Tlayacac, Cuauhtitlan,… …   Wikipedia

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