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FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photographed wearing bandoliers with his military staff during the Mexican Revolution, c1913 Featured Related Images Image

FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA (1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photographed wearing bandoliers with his military staff during the Mexican Revolution, c1913

FRANCISCO PANCHO VILLA
(1877-1923). Mexican revolutionary leader. Photographed wearing bandoliers with his military staff during the Mexican Revolution, c1913

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General Zapata, leader of rebels in Southern Mexico, 1913 Featured Related Images Image

General Zapata, leader of rebels in Southern Mexico, 1913

Mexican rebel and revolutionary hero, Emiliano Zapata (1879-1919), whose followers, known as Zapatistas, fought for the restoration of lands taken from the people by ex-President Diaz. Their motto was Land and Liberty'. Date: 1913

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Page from the Dresden Codex, Maya manuscript Featured Related Images Image

Page from the Dresden Codex, Maya manuscript

Page from the Dresden Codex, Maya manuscript. Chromolithograph of a page showing a section of a tonalamatl, a sacred season of 260 days. The god Quetalcoatl is depicted several times, including ferrying a woman (centre) and with an axe (bottom left). The original manuscript was probably produced in the first half of the 13th century, and contains tables predicting astronomical occurrences with great accuracy. It was sent to Europe after the Spanish conquest of Central America, and is today one of only four Mayan codices known to have survived

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