Anahuac

[Aztec] Anahuac (Nahuatl: Ānāhuac ɑːˈnɑːwɑk) is an ancient name for a Mesoamerican, particularly Aztec, area or areas, usually identified as located within or even coterminous with the Valley of Mexico. It can also refer to the former lake basins around Mexico City, often including the Lerma and Pánuco river systems. ==Boundries== ...
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Anáhuac

Anáhuac (änä'wäk) [Aztec,=near the water], geographical term used variously in Mexico before the Spanish Conquest. Today it commonly refers to that part of the central plateau of Mexico comprising the Pánuco and Lerma river systems and the lake basin of the Valley of...
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Anahuac

Geographical region of Mexico. The name was originally applied by the Aztecs to their kingdom, but is now used to describe the whole of the central Mexican plateau, and more specifically the...
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Anáhuac

historical and geographic region of Mexico. The heartland of Aztec Mexico, Anáhuac (Nahuatl: `Land by the Water`) designated that part of New Spain ...
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