Chichimeca was the name that the Nahua peoples of Mexico generically applied
to many ... In 1526, Hernán Cortés writes in one of his letters of the northern
Chichimec tribes, who were not ...
Chichimec, any of several groups of Indians who invaded central Mexico from ...
sedentary habits on the northern fringes of the centres of Mexican civilization.
Among the last of the Chichimec tribes to arrive in the valley were the Aztecs, or
Mexica. ... voting for councilmen of the towns showed a further civilized people.
Dec 11, 2013 ... The Tarascan civilization (also known as the Purépecha, after their ... (from the
Chichimec ethnic group), whose chief Taríakuri established the ...
Aug 15, 2010 ... After a period of droughts and internal factional conflict, the city collapsed and
was burned and looted, possibly by the Chichimeca (the “wild” ...
The peoples of Mesoamerica were two types of people: the Toltec (which means
"craftsman"), who kept the urban culture, and the Chichimec, or wild people, ...
Chichimec (chēchēmĕkˈ) [key], general term for the peoples of the Valley of
Mexico between the periods of Toltec ascendancy and Aztec ascendancy. Before
The Chichimec period proper, however, begins after the destruction of Tula and
the ... The term Chichimeca was also applied to agricultural but less civilized ...
During the long reign of Xolotl ( 1244-1304 ), the Chichimec hegemony was
established in the Valley of Mexico. The nomadic Chichimec became civilized
Oct 5, 2010 ... Growing up in Mexico City I was always fascinated by the fact that buried literally
beneath my feet was a whole ancient civilization. That you ...