She Before Whom the Devils Tremble

Estandarte que usó  Hernán Cortés en la conquista de México y que se conserva en el castillo de Chapultepec.  Este pendón, llevado al frente de las conquistas, intenta ser un signo de la creencia religiosa de los conquistadores, que refleja el mandato del monarca español, basado en las bulas alejandrinas, de implanter la fe Cristiana entre los indígenas mediante la evangelización.  –  Salvat, Historia de México, volumen IV, Fascículo 49

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Standard that Hernán Cortés used in the conquest of Mexico and that is preserved in the castle of Chapultepec. This banner, carried at the front of the [battles for] [conquest, has the purpose of being a sign of the religious creed of the conquerors, that reflects the mandate of the Spanish monarch, based on Bulls of [Pope] Alexander [VI], of implanting the Christian faith among the natives by means of evangelization.

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About ihmprayforme

lifelong Catholic; homeschooled our children; have been regularly attending the Tridentine Mass for at least the past 17 years.
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