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INDEX

 
Abderahman i
445
Ablutions at table i
85
370
Aborigines of America ii
383
385
386
392
393
See Indians and Mankind
Absolution, Aztec rite of i
42
Acolhuans. See Tezcucans
Acolman ii
217
229
Aculan ii
340
Adelantado i
451
ii
18
Adrian of Utrecht, regent of Spain ii
218
315
warrant by 315
Pope 317
Adultery ii
406
Agave Americana, or aloe, or maguey i
12
59
78
92
Agriculture i
28
76
77
97
242
291
324
ii
328
363
Aguilar, Jeronimo de, a Christian captive i
157
158
ii
112
203
Ahualco crossed by Spaniards i
320
Ahuitzotl i
18
Ajotzinco i
324
Alaminos, Antonio de i
148
188
216
Alderete, Julian de, royal treasurer ii
201
215
250
251
253
310
318
Alexander the Great ii
429
Alexander VI., Pope i
470
Algiers ii
367
Alms-giving, Aztec i
43
Alphabet, Egyptian i
57
58
431
Alvarado, Jorge de ii
251
Alvarado, Pedro de
enters the river Alvarado i
126
his return to Cuba 127
128
138
joins Cortes 144
marches across Cuba 145
reprimanded 151
in the battles near the Tabasco 161
162
on a foraging party 197
cuts down the body of Morla 209
despatched to Cempoalla 218
at Tlascala 283
aids in seizing Montezuma 396
Montezuma pleased with 409
takes command at Mexico ii
26
27
forces under 420
assault on 4
50
52
blockaded 49
53
joined by Cortés 49
Aztecs massacred by 51
269
character of 54
Cortés' dissatisfaction with 54
chivalrous 72
storms the great temple 84
acts at the evacuation of Mexico 104
109
Sandoval and 187
reconnoitres Mexico 190
conspiracy against 219
to command the point Tacuba 229
operations of 239
protects breaches 242
Sandoval to join 250
his neglect to secure a retreat 251
rebuked 251
his fortune at the assault 257
Cortés' opinion of 259
temple burnt by 273
meeting of Cortés and 275
in the murderous assault 280
282
to occupy the market-place 283
detached to Oaxaca 313
conquers Guatemala 330
331
Alvarado's leap ii
109
Amadis de Gaula i
473
Amaquemecan i
324
Anaglyphs i
432
Anahuac i
20
38
49
420
430
See Aztecs and Mexico
Animals i
364
ii
383
384
399
Antigua or Vera Cruz Vieja i
459
ii
3?4
Antiquities i
104
ii
395
Aqueducts i
102
328
344
358
ii
230
Architecture, refinement and i
95
of the Tezcucans 96
104
in Yucatan 126
127
of Cozumel 154
at Cempoalla 201
202
of Tlascala 279
marine, at Ajotzinco 324
at Cuitlahuac 328
of Iztapalapan 329
on the Tezcucan lake 331
at Mexico 340
encouragement of, by Montezuma 361
after the Conquest ii
322
coincidences with Aztec 394
395
of Palenque 396
Archives at Tezcuco i
94
96
Argensola i
450
Arithmetic among the Aztecs i
Ark, coincidences with the ii
386
Armada, intrusted to Cortés i
138
the fitting out of the 139
140
expense of it 140
144
196
sails 143
equipment of it 144
145
148
joined by volunteers 144
145
sails from Havana 148
its strength 148
chief pilot of the 148
encounters a storm 151
at Cozumel 154
155
sails 156
158
at the Rio de Tabasco 158
wounded sent back to the 161
sails for Mexico 167
at San Juan de Ulua, Villa Rica, and Vera Cruz 168
171
184
194
Arrows i
145
163
399
ii
66
Art ii
395
Artisans, Montezuma's i
372
Astrology i
67-70
Astronomy i
69
70
109
113
Atlantis of Plato ii
383
Auditors of accounts, Aztec i
423
Aviary, Aztec i
329
362
ii
241
322
Avila, Alonso de i
144
158
160
162
393
ii
34
44
56
104
112
126
151
314
Axayacatl, Aztec sovereign, Tlascalans oppose i
244
his treasure 387
ii
6
See Treasure
Axayacatl's palace i
341
342
ii
65
240
Spaniards quartered in i
341
342
chapel in 387
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