Tlatolqaca (modern Nahuatl pronunciation ) was an Aztec prince, son of Emperor Acamapichtli and Queen Huitzilxotzin, grandson of Princess Atotoztli I, half-brother of Emperors Huitzilihuitl and Itzcoatl, an uncle of Chimalpopoca and Moctezuma I.
He married Princess Matlalxochtzin and couple had three sons:
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