Source:Bernardino de Sahagun:The War of Conquest: How It Was Waged Here in Mexico:Aztecs viewed Spanish horses as deer

Bernardino de Sahagun: "Fodder was provided the deer—horses—which the Spaniards rode"

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Bernardino de Sahagun: "Fodder was provided the deer—horses—which the Spaniards rode"

Bernardino de Sahagun:

Fodder was provided the deer—horses—which the Spaniards rode....The horses—they looked like deer—neighed and whinnied. They were all sweating; water fell from their bodies....[1]

Notes

  1. ↑ Bernardino de Sahagun, The War of Conquest: How It Was Waged Here in Mexico: the Aztecs' own story (University of Utah Press, 1978).