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EXPL2A-00076

Hernando Cortes loses two horses in battle with Tlaxcalan natives in conquering Mexico, 1519.
Printed color lithograph of a 19th century illustration

Media ID 5881104

© North Wind Picture Archives

1500s 1519 16th Century Amerindian Armor Armour Aztec Battle Colonize Colony Combat Conquer Conquest Conquistador Cortes Cortez Exploration Explore Hernando Cortes Horse Horse Back Indian Mexican Mexico Native New World Spanish Sword Weapon


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