gloss, “Sanct. Miguel. Tecpan. Cabezera.”
Gloss identifies the royal palace (”tecpan” in Nahuatl) of San Miguel, a “cabecera” (Spanish loan word), meaning head town. [SW] One of the barrios (neighborhoods) of Cholula in 1581 was San Miguel Tianguisnahuac (which means near the marketplace). See Takanori Kobayashi, “History Engraved on the Urban Landscape: Formation of the Sacred City and Constructino of Traditional Festivals in Cholula, Mexico,” in Constructing, Deconstructing, and Reconstructing Social Identity: 2,000 Years of Monumentality in Teotihuacan and Cholula, Mexico, eds. Sbro Sugiyama et al (2013), 120–121.