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XIUHTEMOC I. (see-oo'-ta-mock), first king of Culhuacan, lived in the 12th century. After the destruction of the empire of Tollan some of the scattered tribes settled at Culhuacan, and about 1104 elected their leader, Xiuhtemoc, king. He was succeeded in 1129 by his son, Nauhyotl.--Xiuhtemoc II. was eighth king of Culhuacan and second of Mexico. He succeeded his father, Acamapictli I., who had dethroned the former king, Cocox, two years before, in 1303, and in 1318, after the death of Huitzilihuitl I., he was elected by the Mexicans king, but gradually drew them to Culhuacan, while those that did not wish to follow him settled in Tlaltelolco and formed there a separate monarchy. He was succeeded in 1352 by his grandson, Acamapictli II.
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