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Español: Ruta seguida por Cortés y sus aliados desde la costa de Chalchiuhcueyecan hasta México-Tenochtitlan en 1519. Fuente: Atlas del México prehispánico, edición especial 5 de Arqueología Mexicana, julio de 2000.
Date 11 December 2008
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