Aztec warriors defending the temple of Tenochtitlan against conquistadors Hernando Cortes Spanish conquistador led an expedition to Mexico landing in Although the conquistadors numbered only some men an Aztec prophecy regarding the return of the god Quetzlcoatl whom the natives believed Cortes resembled enabled them to reach the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan which they then captured imprisoning the Emperor Montezuma II The city later revolted forcing Cortes and his men to retreat The following year however Cortes returned recapturing Tenochtitlan and overthrowing the Aztec empire From the Biblioteque Nationale Paris
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