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Cortes
Cortes, Cortés, Cortês, or Cortès may refer to: Cortes, Navarre, a village in the South border of Navarre, Spain Cortes de Aragón, Teruel, a municipality

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  • 1 People
  • 2 Places
  • 3 Institutions
  • 4 See also
People Main article: Cortes (surname) § People Places
  • Cortes, Navarre, a village in the South border of Navarre, Spain
  • Cortes de Aragón, Teruel, a municipality in the province of Teruel, Aragón, Spain
  • Cortes, Bohol, a municipality in the Philippines
  • Cortes, Surigao del Sur, a municipality in the Philippines
  • Cortês, a municipality in Pernambuco, Brazil
  • Puerto Cortés, a seaport in Honduras
  • Cortés Department, a department in Honduras
  • Cortes Island, an island in British Columbia, Canada
  • Cortes, Aberdeenshire, a village in Scotland, United Kingdom
Institutions
  • Cádiz Cortes, former parliament of Cádiz
  • Cortes Generales, the parliament of Spain
  • Aragonese Corts, the regional parliament for the Spanish autonomous community of Aragon
  • Cortes of Castile-La Mancha, the legislature of the Autonomous Community of Castile–La Mancha, Spain
  • Cortes of Castile and León, the legislature of the Autonomous Community of Castile and León, Spain
  • Cortes of León, a parliamentary body in the medieval Kingdom of León
  • Corts Valencianes, the legislature of the Valencian Community
  • Portuguese Cortes, any of historical consultative assemblies called by kings of Portugal
  • Cortes Gerais, the legislature of the Kingdom of Portugal during the 19th and 20th centuries
See also
  • Corte (disambiguation)
  • Cortez (disambiguation)
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Conquistador: Hernan Cortes, King Montezuma, and the Last Stand of the Aztecs
Conquistador: Hernan Cortes, King Montezuma, and the Last Stand of the Aztecs
In this astonishing work of scholarship that reads like an edge-of-your-seat adventure thriller, acclaimed historian Buddy Levy records the last days of the Aztec empire and the two men at the center of an epic clash of cultures perhaps unequaled to this day. It was a moment unique in human history, the face-to-face meeting between two men from civilizations a world apart. In 1519, Hernán Cortés arrived on the shores of Mexico, determined not only to expand the Spanish empire but to convert the natives to Catholicism and carry off a fortune in gold. That he saw nothing paradoxical in carrying out his intentions by virtually annihilating a proud and accomplished native people is one of the most remarkable and tragic aspects of this unforgettable story. In Tenochtitlán Cortés met his Aztec counterpart, Montezuma: king, divinity, commander of the most powerful military machine in the Americas and ruler of a city whose splendor equaled anything in Europe. Yet in less than two years, Cortés defeated the entire Aztec nation in one of the most astounding battles ever waged. The story of a lost kingdom, a relentless conqueror, and a doomed warrior, Conquistador is history at its most riveting.

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Conquest: Cortes, Montezuma, and the Fall of Old Mexico
Conquest: Cortes, Montezuma, and the Fall of Old Mexico
Drawing on newly discovered sources and writing with brilliance, drama, and profound historical insight, Hugh Thomas presents an engrossing narrative of one of the most significant events of Western history.Ringing with the fury of two great empires locked in an epic battle, Conquest captures in extraordinary detail the Mexican and Spanish civilizations and offers unprecedented in-depth portraits of the legendary opponents, Montezuma and Cortés. Conquest is an essential work of history from one of our most gifted historians.

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When Montezuma Met Cortés: The True Story of the Meeting that Changed History
When Montezuma Met Cortés: The True Story of the Meeting that Changed History
A dramatic rethinking of the encounter between Montezuma and Hernando Cortés that completely overturns what we know about the Spanish conquest of the AmericasOn November 8, 1519, the Spanish conquistador Hernando Cortés first met Montezuma, the Aztec emperor, at the entrance to the capital city of Tenochtitlan. This introduction—the prelude to the Spanish seizure of Mexico City and to European colonization of the mainland of the Americas—has long been the symbol of Cortés’s bold and brilliant military genius. Montezuma, on the other hand, is remembered as a coward who gave away a vast empire and touched off a wave of colonial invasions across the hemisphere.But is this really what happened? In a departure from traditional tellings, When Montezuma Met Cortés uses “the Meeting”—as Restall dubs their first encounter—as the entry point into a comprehensive reevaluation of both Cortés and Montezuma. Drawing on rare primary sources and overlooked accounts by conquistadors and Aztecs alike, Restall explores Cortés’s and Montezuma’s posthumous reputations, their achievements and failures, and the worlds in which they lived—leading, step by step, to a dramatic inversion of the old story. As Restall takes us through this sweeping, revisionist account of a pivotal moment in modern civilization, he calls into question our view of the history of the Americas, and, indeed, of history itself. 

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Cortes Sweet Chocolate for Hot Chocolate 7 Ounces 3 Pack Bundle
Cortes Sweet Chocolate for Hot Chocolate 7 Ounces 3 Pack Bundle
The traditional Cortés chocolate bar is a classic for those who love the treat of a cup of hot chocolate.;This sweet bar has all the delicious taste and natural aroma of the best quality chocolate.;An excellent option for making refined cakes and pastries.;Recognized worldwide as the distinctive chocolate brand of the Caribbean.

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Cortes: The Great Adventurer and the Fate of Aztec Mexico
Cortes: The Great Adventurer and the Fate of Aztec Mexico
Adding to the debate over the legacy of the European conquest of the Americas, a thorough portrait of Herna+a7n Corte+a7s, the Spanish conqueror of Mexico, portrays a unique point in history, where independently evolved cultures collided. 12,500 first printing.

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Five Letters of Cortes to the Emperor: 1519 -1526
Five Letters of Cortes to the Emperor: 1519 -1526
“One of the most fascinating Machiavellian documents to come out of the Renaissance.”—Carlos Fuentes, GuardianThese five letters from Hernando Cortés to Emperor Charles V of Spain between the year 1519 and 1526 chronicle the expansion of the Spanish Empire into Mexico. In his detailed and fascinating letters, Cortés gives an account of the discovery of the mainland, the conquerors trek into hostile country and their clashes with the Aztec people led by Montezuma II. Translated by Francis Augustus MacNutt, this edition contains many enlightening footnotes and an introduction which gives a wider context to the letters and provides a historiography of the contemporary accounts of Cortés and his conquistadors. “In the letters of Cortés we have a clear picture of Mexico through the simple eyes of the conqueror who admires his enemies… He could write a masterly report. The second and the third letters are the clearest piece of narrative that we can ask for. We see the advance into the country, the conscientious determination to penetrate by peace, diplomacy or the sword to Montezuma’s capital, leading up to the final dramatic meeting with Montezuma himself.” ―New StatesmanHernando Cortés, born 1485, was a Spanish Conquistador who led an expedition that caused the fall of the Aztec Empire and brought large portions of mainland Mexico under the rule of the King of Castile in the early 16th century. Cortés was part of the generation of Spanish colonizers who began the first phase of the Spanish colonization of the Americas. He died in 1547.

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