Aztec Warfare Timeline

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  • c. 1345 CE - 1521 CE
    The Aztec civilization flourishes in Mesoamerica.
  • 1418 CE
    Texcoco is temporarily conquered by Mexica and Tepanec forces.
  • 1428 CE
    The Triple Alliance is formed between Tenochtitlan, Texcoco and Tlacopan.
  • c. 1450 CE
    The Aztecs establish a garrison at Mitla in the Oaxaca Valley.
  • c. 1485 CE
    The Stone of Tizoc is carved depicting the Aztec king Tizoc attacking warriors from the Matlatzinca.
  • 1487 CE
    The Templo Mayor is completed at Tenochtitlan and inaugurated with the sacrifice of 20,000 captives.
  • c. 1494 CE
    Aztec leader Ahuitzotl conquers the central valleys of Oaxaca.
  • c. 1499 CE
    Aztec leader Ahuitzotl conquers the Soconusco region.
  • c. 1507 CE
    The Throne of Motecuhzoma II is carved. Also known as the Monument of Sacred War.
  • 1521 CE
    Texcoco provided ships and men to aide the Spanish siege of Tenochtitlan.
  • 13 Aug 1521 CE
    The Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan falls into the hands of spanish forces led by Cortés.

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1345 CE - 1521 CE: The Aztec civilization flourishes in Mesoamerica.
 
 
1418 CE: Texcoco is temporarily conquered by Mexica and Tepanec forces.
 
 
1428 CE: The Triple Alliance is formed between Tenochtitlan, Texcoco and Tlacopan.
 
 
1450 CE: The Aztecs establish a garrison at Mitla in the Oaxaca Valley.
 
1485 CE: The Stone of Tizoc is carved depicting the Aztec king Tizoc attacking warriors from the Matlatzinca.
 
 
1487 CE: The Templo Mayor is completed at Tenochtitlan and inaugurated with the sacrifice of 20,000 captives.
 
1494 CE: Aztec leader Ahuitzotl conquers the central valleys of Oaxaca.
 
1499 CE: Aztec leader Ahuitzotl conquers the Soconusco region.
 
1507 CE: The Throne of Motecuhzoma II is carved. Also known as the Monument of Sacred War.
 
 
1521 CE: Texcoco provided ships and men to aide the Spanish siege of Tenochtitlan.
 
 
1521 CE: The Aztec capital of Tenochtitlan falls into the hands of spanish forces led by Cortés.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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