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Itzquauhtzin

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Date of death 1520
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Father: Tlacateotl
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Itzquauhtzin (9 Reed (1475) – 2 Flint (1520)) was a king (tlatoani) of Nahua altepetl Tlatelolco. He was mentioned in Chimalpahin Codex.

Biography

Itzquauhtzin was a son of the king Tlacateotl and his aunt Xiuhcanahualtzin and grandson of Quaquapitzahuac and queen Acxocueitl. His brother was king Tezozomoctli.

He was a quauhtlatoani (interim ruler). He was installed by Emperor Axayacatl of Tenochtitlan and killed by the Spaniards.

His successor was Diego de Mendoza.

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