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AHIS128_05 - Colonial Cities: An Empire of Towns •...

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Unformatted text preview: Colonial Cities: An Empire of Towns • Tenochtitlan > Mexico City • “Traza” urban plan • Relaciones Geográficas • Urban views of the Hispanic World Model of Tenochtitlan Map of Tenochtitlan, possibly made for Cortés. Woodcut from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) (first publication of Cortés’ letters) Map of Tenochtitlan, hand-colored woodcut, from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) Map of Tenochtitlan, hand-colored woodcut, from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) Map of Tenochtitlan, hand-colored woodcut, from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) Map of Tenochtitlan, hand-colored woodcut, from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) Map of Tenochtitlan, hand-colored woodcut, from Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de Nova Maris Oceani Hispania Narratio (Nuremberg, 1524) “Your Sacred Majesty may be certain that within five years it will be the noblest and most populous city in the world, and one of the best built.” Hernán Cortés to Charles V (1524) “In the building of the great city of Mexico, more people worked during the first years that upon the Temple of Jerusalem… the...
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