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Ahuitzotl: Powerful Ruler in the Aztec Golden Age

Ahuitzotl was a tlatoani (‘speaker’) of the city of Tenochtitlan, and the eighth ruler of the Aztec Empire. This emperor reigned from 1486 AD to 1502 AD, a period which is regarded by some modern historians as the Aztec Golden Age. It was during Ahuitzotl’s reign that the Aztecs Empire was expanded to its greatest territorial extent and consolidated. In addition, huge building projects were undertaken. This Golden Age, however, did not last for very long, and ended following Ahuitzotl’s death. The emperor was succeeded by his nephew, Moctezuma II, who is perhaps best remembered as the last independent Aztec ruler before the empire’s conquest by the Spanish. tor

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So after working up to a heavy triple @ 365 I dropped the weight and took something right out of @sslryan textbook and went for a 10 sec negative, with 10 sec pause at the bottom(under tension not relaxed) @ 225 . Felt pretty easy so I’m excited to work my way up in weight! Only managed to get 8 secs on the negative portion but damn is it hard to get a rhythm down haha I love changing it up and seeing what the mind and body is capable of!

#promix #bodybuilding #aesthetics #training #workout #power #gym #fitness #fitfam #gains #legday #motivation #nevergiveup #ouchmybuns (at Determined Fitness)

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Here you can find my last work on the book “L'empereur des destinées” (french sci-fi book for teenagers)… The book is during manufacture for the moment. I illustrated the cover book and 8 B&W drawings. 

- “L'empereur des destinées” written by @Emmanuel Brunet Bommert.

I hope you like it :D !


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