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40 En la ciudad de México las cosas fueron infinitamente más complicadas. Probablemente, el cronista-soldado Díaz del Castillo es el que más se acerca a los hechos. Desde su estadía en Veracruz, Cortés había rogado con insistencia a Moctezuma que instalara en los templos de México-Tenochtitlán una cruz y una Virgen con el Niño. 41 Solicitud denegada: los "ídolos" de la capital lejana "hicieron saber", por boca de dos de sus sacerdotes, que se oponían. 42 Cuando llegó a la ciudad de México, el conquistador quiso ver los dioses mexicanos, y exigió que fuese reservado un emplazamiento a la 36 Díaz del Castillo (1968), tomo I, p.

La herencia española de América, Jalapa, Universidad Veracruzana, 1962, p. 277; Luis Weckmann, La herencia medieval de México, México, El Colegio de México, 1983, tomo I, p. 341 ss. , Colmex-Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1994, México]; William A. , Local Religión in Sixteenth-Century Spain, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 1981, pp. 75-81. 44 LA GUERRA cierto que, ¿cómo disociar el argumento iconoclasta y el proyecto cortesiano de la expresión de una piedad ibérica, expresada en torno de las imágenes de los santos?

En Cozumel anunciaron a los españoles que naufragarían si 32 Díaz del Castillo (1968), tomo II, pp. 224, 247. , p. 281). 34 Díaz del Castillo (1968), tomo I, p. 119; Tapia (1971), tomo II, p. 573. 35 Como Cristóbal Colón, Ignacio de Loyola o Teresa de Ávila, los conquistadores gustaban de las novelas de caballerías. Sus episodios más célebres ocupaban la imaginación de los conquistadores, les permitían expresar sus reacciones ante las maravillas del Nuevo Mundo y dar a sus acciones una dimensión fantástica y prestigiosa.

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