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English: Entrance into Guadalajara, Jalisco. The Tlaxcalans are carrying their traditional obsidian-tipped war clubs.

Tlaxcalan forces accompanied the Spaniards on post-conquest explorations of northern Mexico. Shown here is a scene from the 1522 exploration led by Cristóbal de Olid, one of Cortés' most trusted lieutenants.
Date Original before 1560. Facsimile published circa 1890.
Author unknown Aztec scribes
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