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Azték

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Kaprabon Azték duk 1519, di masa nitahné raja Montezuma II
Kalendér Azték

Azték ento adan budaya ané ada di Méksiko Tengah di masa 1300 - 1521. Lebian uli abesik bangsa ané ngmiluin budayané ento, utamanné bangsa-bangsa ané nganggo basa Nahuatl. Kaprabon Azték ento konfédérasi uli telung kota-negara, ané ngawit duk taun 1427: Tenochtitlan, Texcoco muah Tlacopan.

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