Acolhua

The Acolhua are a Mesoamerican people who arrived in the Valley of Mexico in or around the year 1200 CE. The Acolhua were a sister culture of the Aztecs (or Mexica) as well as the Tepanec, Chalca, Xochimilca and others. It is likely that the ruling family of the Acolhua were descended from Otomi speakers and did not speak Nahuatl until decreed by ...
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Acolhua

(from the article `Texcoco`) city built in the present-day Valley of Mexico by the Acolhuas, a pre-Columbian people of the Nahuatl-speaking group of tribes, which gained mastery ...
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Acolhua

Member of a pre-columbian people of the Nahuatl-speaking group of tribes. A peaceable people, second in greatness only to the Aztecs, they gained mastery of the present-day Valley of Mexico...
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