Anahuac



the central plateau of Mexico, between the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Sierra Madre Oriental ranges (3700 to 9000 feet; 1128 to 2743 meters): center of former Aztec civilization.
Historical Examples

The morning broke over the beautiful anahuac in loveliness and splendor.
A Prince of Anahuac James A. Porter

Such are the shores of anahuac—the shores of the Mexican Sea.
The Rifle Rangers Captain Mayne Reid

They are the “peons”, the labourers, the serfs of the land—the descendants of the conquered sons of anahuac.
The Rifle Rangers Captain Mayne Reid

I was out of tobacco, and I started across the prairie to anahuac.
Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine – Volume 54, No. 338, December 1843 Various

For here was he whom I had come to seek and save, my friend, my brother, Guatemoc the last emperor of anahuac.
Montezuma’s Daughter H. Rider Haggard

It is said they were the first in all anahuac who knew geography.
Mexico Susan Hale

There are still true hearts in anahuac, who will stand by us in our sorrow and their own.
Montezuma’s Daughter H. Rider Haggard

Tenochtitlan was, undoubtedly, the richest city upon anahuac.
Mexico Susan Hale

Long before the invasion of anahuac by Corts, it was inhabited by intelligent races of men.
Mexico Susan Hale

He had next to make sure of the subjugation of the other tribes of anahuac.
Mexico Susan Hale

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