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This map represents the core states, the tributary states, and the allied states of the Aztec Empire as it stood shortly before the Spanish conquest of Mexico. The borders should be considered very approximate.


This map was built using data from

  • Berdan, Frances F., Richard E. Blanton, Elizabeth H. Boone, Mary G. Hodge, Michael E. Smith, Emily Umberger, Aztec Imperial Strategies, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, DC (1996). ISBN:0884022110.
  • Barlow, R.H., Extent of the Empire of the Culhua Mexica (Iberoamerican 28), Berkeley and Los Angeles Univ. of California (1949).

The primary sources include the tribute lists in:

  • Codex Mendoza
  • Matrícula de Tributos


Created by Madman.


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