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According to the Aztec legend, Aztlán is a region ; Chicano nationalists have equated it with the Southwestern United States.
According to Charles C. Mann's, " 1491 ", only the lower classes of Aztec society were polytheistic.
According to Ross Hassing, author of Aztec Warfare, " between 10, 000 and 80, 400 persons " were sacrificed in the ceremony.
According to the Aztec creation myth, the god demanded human sacrifice as tribute and without it would refuse to move through the sky.
According to legend, when the Mexicans arrived in the Anahuac valley around Lake Texcoco, they were considered by the other groups as the least civilized of all, but the Mexican / Aztec decided to learn, and they took all they could from other people, especially from the ancient Toltec ( whom they seem to have partially confused with the more ancient civilization of Teotihuacan ).
According to Aztec legend, in 1323, the Mexicas were shown a vision of an eagle perched on a prickly pear cactus, eating a snake.
According to some sources, he ordered the burning of most of the extant Aztec books claiming that they contained lies.
According to Ross Hassig, author of Aztec Warfare, " between 10, 000 and 80, 400 persons " were sacrificed in the ceremony.
According to Ross Hassig, author of Aztec Warfare, " between 10, 000 and 80, 400 people " were sacrificed in the ceremony.
According to Aztec legend, Chalchiuhtlicue at one point devoured the sun and moon.
According to Aztec legend, she was once magically impregnated by a ball of feathers that fell on her while she was sweeping a temple, and subsequently gave birth to the gods Quetzalcoatl and Xolotl.
According to Aztec legend, the twin gods Quetzalcoatl and Xolotl were sent by the other gods to steal the bones of the previous generation of gods from Mictlantecuhtli.
According to one Aztec tradition, Teocipactli ' Divine Crocodile ' was the name of a survivor of the flood who rescued himself in a canoe and again peopled the earth.
According to the legend, the southward migration began on May 24, 1064 CE ; 1064 is also the year of a volcanic explosion at Sunset Crater in Arizona and the first Aztec solar year, beginning on May 24, after the Crab Nebula events from May to July 1054.
According to some early historians, Ulloa was influential in helping subdue the Aztec capital Tenochtitlan by naval power.
According to his Twitter account, a signature model of his Aztec Gold stratocaster is in the works.
According to Spanish chronicles, just before the Spanish Conquest the Tzotzil exported quetzal feathers and amber to the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán.

According and legends
According to these same legends, his wife was suddenly possessed by some unknown gods.
According to native oral legends Fijians were also descendants of a nomadic tribe from Tanganika ( Tanzania ).
According to Mark Kurlansky, " Smoked foods almost always carry with them legends about their having been created by accident — usually the peasant hung the food too close to the fire, and then, imagine his surprise the next morning when …".
According to the Swedish naturalist and author Bengt Sjögren ( 1980 ), present day beliefs in lake monsters such as the Loch Ness Monster are associated with the old legends of kelpies.
According to Lt. Paul Gratz's account from 1909, indigenous legends of the Congo River Basin in modern day Zambia spoke of a creature known by native people as the " Nsanga ", which was said to inhabit the Lake Bangweulu region.
According to legend, Samoa shares the common Polynesian ancestor of Tagaloa ; according to many legends, Samoa was Tagaloa's first creation.
According to other legends, the children of Lilith are called Lilin.
According to his legends, Vajk was baptized a Christian by Saint Adalbert of Prague.
According to various legends, the tusks are formed either by the trails of mucus from the weeping girl or her long braids.
According to some legends, having regained control of her son, Drahomíra set out to convert him to the old pagan religion.
According to other legends, she was a Christian herself ; however, very little is known about her rule.
According to one of the legends, Andrew reached the future location of Kiev and foretold the foundation of a great Christian city .< ref >
According to these legends, he founded a state known as Gija Joseon in Northwest Korea during the Gojoseon period of ancient Korean history.
According to their legends, the Mexica tribe place of origin was Aztlán.
According to Balt legends, the playing of a girl giantess named Neringa on the seashore formed the Curonian Spit (" neria, nerge, neringia " means land which is diving up and down like a swimmer ).
According to the Polish version of legends: three brothers Lech, Czech and Rus were exploring the wilderness to find a place to settle.
According to some legends Indract of Glastonbury was buried in Shepton.
According to later legends ( c. 400 BC ), on account of his inflexible integrity he was made one of the judges of the dead in the lower world, together with Aeacus and Minos.
According to other legends it contained in its prow a magical piece of timber from the sacred forest of Dodona, which could speak and render prophecies.
According to legends, when Sita's swaymvar was introduced Ravana also had gone and he came before Lord Rama but some of the officials and on Sita's instructions they told him that his sister was being kidnapped. On hearing this Ravana immediately departed from the swaymavar and arrived at his castle only to found that her sister was well and sound.
According to historical legends, the San Luis Rey Mission flocks were robbed by a small band of Indians in the late 18th century.
According to records and legends, Louis Depuy ( the owner of the Hotel De Paris ) was also a newspaper editor for the town.
According to some legends, he would have been the true and rightful heir to the throne of Camelot, after the reign of King Arthur.
According to one of several legends, the town was given its name by Colonel Samuel Chapman, whose family owned of land in Southern Maryland, including what would become the areas of La Plata and Port Tobacco.
According to local legends the name stems from confrontations between native Americans and early settlers during the 1850s and 60s.

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