Hernan CORTES (1485-1547) at the Battle of Otumba (Mexico) won by the Spaniards, who made a prelude to the final conquest of the city of Tenochtitlan. Mexico thus became the richest colony of Spain contributing with its precious metals to make Spain the strongest imperial power of the sixteenth century. Printing from an anonymous painting of the sixteenth century

Messico

title: THE BATTLE OF CORTES Otumba

subject date: 2014-06-11

caption: Hernan CORTES (1485-1547) at the Battle of Otumba (Mexico) won by the Spaniards, who made a prelude to the final conquest of the city of Tenochtitlan. Mexico thus became the richest colony of Spain contributing with its precious metals to make Spain the strongest imperial power of the sixteenth century. Printing from an anonymous painting of the sixteenth century

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country: Messico

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continent: America Centrale

image century : XVI

image epoch: Colonialismo

subject century: XVI

subject epoch: Colonialismo

technique: Stampa

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file name: FSNgilardi_8851.jpg

keywords

Hernan CortesConquistadoresH. CortezMexicoconquestexplorationsSpainLatin AmericaAztecspre-Columbian civilizationsOtumbabattleAmerican IndiansNative AmericansNative AmericaAmerindianscolonialismCortés H.Hernan CortesHernan Cortez

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Dimensioni di stampa (300dpi): 30 x 20 cm