Natalio Hernández
Natalio Hernández Hernández (born 27 July 1947), also known as Natalio Hernández Xocoyotzin and by the pseudonym José Antonio Xokoyotsij, is a Mexican Nahua intellectual and poet, from the state of Ve...
Nezahualpilli
Nezahualpilli (Nahuatl for "fasting prince"; 1464–1515) was ruler (tlatoani) of the Mesoamerican city-state of Texcoco, elected by the city's nobility after the death of his father, Nezahualcoyotl, in...
Cuacuauhtzin
Cuacuauhtzin (c. 1410–1443) was an Aztec poet, composing in the Nahuatl language, and lord of Tepechpan. Born around the year 1410, Cuacuauhtzin became lord when his father, Tencoyotzin died at...
Axayacatl
Axayacatl (/aːʃaːˈjakat͡ɬ/ (the name means "Water-mask" or "Water-face") was the sixth Aztec Emperor, a ruler (tlatoani) of the Postclassic Mesoamerican Aztec Empire and city of Tenochtitlan, who reig...
Axayacatl - Wikipedia
Romances de los señores de Nueva España
The Romances de los señores de Nueva España (Spanish for "Ballads of the Lords of New Spain") is a 16th-century compilation of Nahuatl songs or poems preserved in the Library of the University of Texa...
Xayacamach
Xayacamach of Tizatlan was an Aztec poet from the Pre-Columbian state of Tlaxcallan, born between 1450 and 1455. He was the son of the "Señor de Aztahua de Tizatlan" (Lord of Aztahua of Tizatlan). He...
Xicotencatl I
Xicotencatl I or Xicotencatl the Elder (c. 11 House (1425) – c. 4 Rabbit (1522)) was a long-lived tlatoani (ruler) of Tizatlan, a Nahua altepetl within the pre-Columbian confederacy of Tlaxcala,...
Xicotencatl I - Wikipedia
Cantares Mexicanos
The Cantares Mexicanos is the name given to a manuscript collection of Nahuatl songs or poems recorded in the 16th century. The 91 songs of the Cantares form the largest Nahuatl song collection, conta...
Cacamatzin
Cacamatzin (or Cacama) (1483–1520) was the king of Texcoco, the second most important city of the Aztec Empire.Cacamatzin was a son of the previous king Nezahualpilli by one of his mistresses. Tradit...
Nezahualcoyotl
Nezahualcoyotl (Classical Nahuatl: Nezahualcoyōtl,  [nesawaɬˈkojoːtɬ] , meaning "Coyote in fast" or "Coyote who Fasts") (April 28, 1402 – June 4, 1472) was a philosopher, warrior, archit...
Nezahualcoyotl - Wikipedia
Ayocuan Cuetzpaltzin
Ayocuan, the son of Cuetzpaltzin the Elder, was from the city of Puebla according Historia Tolteca-Chichimeca. His father governed the towns of Cohuayocan and Cuauhtepec during the 1400s. He lost hi...