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CUICUITZCATZiN (kwee-kweets-cah-tseen'), twelfth king of Texcoco, crowned in 1520. He was a brother of Cacamatzin, or Caminatzin, who, having determined to make war against the Spaniards, would not listen to the entreaties of envoys sent by Cortes. Subsequently the conqueror managed to have him dethroned by Moctezuma, and replaced by Cuicuitzcatzin, but this king ruled his nation only three or four months, as Coanacatzin succeeded him in 1521. After serious trouble with the Spaniards, he was imprisoned and taken to Tlascala, and escaped thence to Texcoco, where his brother Coanacatzin ruled. But the latter, thinking him to be a spy for the Spaniards, ordered his immediate execution.
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