Macuilxochitzin, a poet woman from Tenochtitlan, apparently Macuilxochitzin was the daughter of the celebrated Tlacaélel, adviser of the supreme rulers. She was born in 1435 probably in Tenochtitlan. There is a composition in which she describes one of the last battles and conquests led by her father towards Matlatzinca territory. Macuilxochitzin gives life in a song to the decisive action of a group of Otomíes women that with their cries saved the life of Tílatl, which captain Otomí wounded a sovereign Mexica.
Characteristics of the item:
Material 100% leather, Small bag with chain, closes with a strap. This style can be used to go out at night for its practical size.
Bag dimensions: 3.5 "high x 6" long and 2 "wide
Chain Strap: 48 "