San Antonio Tecómitl is one of the twelve villages that comprise the Milpa Alta, Mexico City, Mexico. It is located northeast of the head delegational, has an area of 198.60 hectares, its topography is rugged, west and south, their slopes vary between 15 ° and 30 °, their heights ranging from 2 500 to 2 000 m. , its adjacencies include both the north and east it borders the Delegation Tláhuac, has a population of approximately 12 000 inhabitants.
The toponymy of the town, of Nahuatl origin, comes from the word Tecom, and argues that it is the adulteration of Tecomic, itself consisting of the words tetl-stone, comitl-pot and Co. Therefore means, "The Pot of Stone."In the year 1140, settled in this land today Milpa Alta Chichimecas the nine tribes from the former Amaquemecan (from the book "Foundations of the peoples of Malachtepec Momozco", 1953).
In the year 1409, invade these lands Momozcas seven heavily armed groups from the Great Tenochtitlan led by Hueyitlahuilanque, whose meaning "Great driver, squeegee or great leader", a descendant of a noble famil