Cacamatzin was a 15th century Aztec noble — the eldest son of the cihuacoatl, Tlacaelel — and warrior who held the title of Tlacochcalcatl.
He had twelve children, only three of whom are known:
Cacamatzin was killed by the Tarascans after being captured in battle.
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