Azcasuch (Classical Nahuatl: Āzcaxōch [aːsˈkaʃoːtʃ]) was a cihuatlatoani (queen) of the pre-Columbian Acolhua altepetl of Tepetlaoztoc in the Valley of Mexico. Her name is Nahuatl for a kind of a flower (literally "ant-flower").
Azcasuch was succeeded by her grandson, Diego Tlilpotonqui.
- Williams, Barbara J.; Harvey, H. R. (1997). The Códice De Santa María Asunción: Facsimile and Commentary: Households and Lands in Sixteenth-century Tepetlaoztoc. p. 64.
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