Yautepec


  • CATEGORY: Archeological sites
  • PHONES: (777) 312 3108, 314 4048, 314 4046 Centro INAH Morelos

REVIEW

The first human groups arrived in Yautepec in the period known as pre-Classic (1200 BCE) and have stayed here until our days. The pre-Hispanic history of Yautepec was strongly linked to the events in the Valley of Mexico. Inhabited since the pre-Classic (1200 BCE), during the Teotihuacán empire (in the Classic 150-900 CE) they were part of their domain networks, and in the early post-Classic (1000-1150 CE) interacted with the Tolteca empire, whose governing center was Tula (Hidalgo). Around the 1220 CE, Tlahuica groups –of Nahuatl language– arrived in Morelos and settled in several towns in Cuauhnáhuac, Yautepec among them. Later, Mexica groups arrived from Tenochtitlan, whose social system absorbs them, but it was not until the reign of Itzcóatl and the creation of the Triple Alliance in 1438, when Cuauhnáhuac, Yautepec and other cities were formally conquered and obliged to send the payment of tributes to Tenochtitlan.

ADDRESS

Paraíso Street (towards north becomes Esther Casariego) w/o No., Magisterio, Yautepec de Zaragoza, Municipality of Yautepec, Morelos.,, Morelos

OPENNING HOURS

From Monday to Sunday, 08:00 - 17:00 hrs.

PRICES

Entrada libre.

CONTACT

Tel. (777) 312 3108, 314 4048, 314 4046 Centro INAH Morelos
direccion.mor@inah.gob.com, difusion.mor@inah.gob.mx, administracion.mor@inah.gob.mx

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