Xochiquentzin was a nobleman and worked as a prince tutor at the prince's court in Tenochtitlan . In the absence of princely descent, Xochiquentzin was not recognized as a tlatoani . However, he ruled as cuauhtlato for six years . During his reign, the Spaniards did not succeed in seizing , for example, Martín Ocelotl , a prominent priest of the ancient faith . Only after his death was Juan de Zumárraga able to advance the Mexican Inquisition and the associated Christianization.
He left a son, Bartolomé Xochiquentzin , who became an alkali .
- Nigel Davies : The Aztecs, Masters of State Art - Creators of High Culture , Rowohlt Taschenbuch Verlag, Reinbek bei Hamburg, March 1976, p. 372
- Berthold Riese : The Empire of the Aztecs: History and Culture , Munich 2011, p. 327 , ISBN 978-3-406-61400-2 .
|Andrés de Tapia Motelchiuh||
Governor of Tenochtitlan
|Diego de Alvarado Huanitzin|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Governor and cuauhtlato in Tenochtitlán|
|DATE OF BIRTH||15th century or 16th century|
|DATE OF DEATH||1536|