Antonio Vivaldi also wrote an opera called " Motezuma "; it has little to do with the historical character.
No one is sure how he died. The articles themselves reflect recent scholarship but the titles should represent common usage. The Spaniards had their elaborate paintings of an emperor you could deal with, borrowed here from the Prado; the Mexica had their tiny parchment drawings of Moctezuma clearly roped by the neck.
In Novemberthe Spanish finally arrived in Tenochtitlanand what they saw must have made them aware that they were greatly outnumbered. If someone helps me giving a few finishsing touches I think we can get it to GA status within the month. The verse is as follows: Wasn't the latter some days after the former?
My thoughts, Madman What hand Moctezuma II had in that fall may never be known. Montezuma is mentioned in Neil Young 's song " Cortez the Killer ", from the album Zuma the title of which is also believed to have come from "Montezuma".
The Mexico City metro system has a station named Metro Moctezuma in honour of the tlatoani. I agree that the opinions of good, peer-reviewed, publications to support different interpretations are needed e.
Part of this comes from the importance of myth and legend in cultures such as the Aztec. Even a shield has its immovable counterpart, carved with killing discipline out of obdurate marble.
Although the Aztec army was numerically superior to that of the Spanish, Moctezuma decided against military action. If no reason is introduced here on the talk page within the next days I will remove it.
Specially that even in Spain Montezuma is no longer used, and not to mention that most mexicans would find montezuma offensive. Maybe all this has to moved to a section and leave the known facts apart It seems that one former president of Mexico even had the lake dredged, but as one may guess, nothing was found.
He is also the subject of Roger Sessions ' dodecaphonic opera Montezumaand the protagonist in the modern opera La Conquista by Italian composer Lorenzo Ferrerowhere his part is written in the Nahuatl language.
Also, I have mixed feelings about Maunus 's recommendation to cut out the "contact with the spanish" part entirely. Alpheus right, la "noche triste" was 30 of june, It may be more accurate, but please observe the adherence to the conventions in articles such as Saladin and Avicennaeven though these names are not actually the correct forms.
Codex Sinaiticuswhat parts of this are relevant to an encyclopedia article on Moctezuma? Then, Totoquihuaztli, Tlacopan's ruler, claimed the title of Tepaneca tecuhtli, "Lord of the Tepanecs". Better placement or definition of Nahuatl words. Another version which is found in the Spanish sourceshowever, claims that Moctezuma was murdered by his own subjects.
He elaborated the Templo Mayor and revolutionized the tribute system. In an effort to pacify his people, and undoubtedly pressured by the Spanish, Moctezuman was struck dead by a rock.
Therefore the section in my opinion should build on what good scholars have said about how to best understand the soruces. Please check your work before saving.
Better placement or definition of Nahuatl words. Montezuma's Revenge is the colloquial term for any episodes of travelers' diarrhea or other sicknesses contracted by tourists visiting Mexico.
In Novemberthe Spanish finally arrived in Tenochtitlanand what they saw must have made them aware that they were greatly outnumbered. Though some indigenous accounts written in the s partly supported his words, it is still unbelievable for several reasons. Sri-lanka, instead of Ceylan, Beijing instead of Pekin.
The capture of Moctezuma. Moctezuma — Montezuma, we call him — was his name. However, I do think there is value in acknowledging historical legacy and modern perceptions.It has been said that to the Aztec emperor, Montezuma II, Cortes and his men were regarded not as mortals, but gods.
Cortes himself was said to be the returning Aztec god, Quetzalcoatl. Thus, the Spanish conquistadors were welcomed by Montezuma with pomp and circumstance.
much of the treasure was cast into the causeway to lighten their. Moctezuma II, the 9th emperor of the Aztecs, was known as Motecuhzoma Xocoyotzin.
Today his name has a lot of spellings, including Montezuma and Motecuhzoma. Modern scholars sometimes call him Moctezuma II to differentiate him from the other emperor of the name.
Moctezuma II (c. – 29 June ), Other holders of Spanish noble titles that descend from the Aztec emperor include Dukes of Atrisco. Montezuma is a playable ruler for the Aztec in several of the video games of the Civilization agronumericus.com: Axayacatl.
Montezuma II, also spelled Moctezuma, (born —died c.
June 30,Tenochtitlán, within modern Mexico City), ninth Aztec emperor of Mexico, famous for his dramatic confrontation with the Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés.
In Montezuma succeeded his uncle Ahuitzotl as the leader of an. Synopsis. When Montezuma II was born (circa ), the Aztec empire spread to present-day Honduras and Nicaragua.
The Aztec people, however, resented the emperor's frequent demands for tribute and. What do we really know about Moctezuma II (also called Montezuma), the Aztec emperor who met Hernan Cortes and saw the start of an incredible clash of civilizations?Download