Cuauhtémoc's bones : forging national identity in modern Mexico / Paul Gillingham.
"In 1949, a group of villagers and amateur archaeologists dug up what they believed to be the body of the last Aztec emperor, Cuauhtémoc, in a remote village in the mountains of central Mexico. State and local leaders enthusiastically promoted the remarkable discovery, and nationalist celebrati...
University of New Mexico Press,
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