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Þā ærest landsētan in þǣm landscipe sind fram þǣm 5000. BC, andgiet þisses is corfen on þǣm stānum of the Cerrado cincunvecinos. Man wēneþ þe þā inbūendas wǣron þæs otomiano hēapes, þe on æfterrum gēarum wunodon on Tollan Xicocotitlan.
Þā rīcu þe gebūaned þe þe is nū Apaxco hæfdon sibbe mid þǣm Teotihuacan rīce, ǣr him dūnstīged betwux 650 and 900, and æfter þǣm wǣron gegān þǣm Toltecs.
In 1215, āmang þǣm farung tō þǣm gehātland þæs Aztecs, was the site Apaxco held the second fire again before moving on to the south, towards ending their long journey Ecatepec on the banks of the hill of Chapultepec.
Mid þǣm anginne þæs Aztec Rīces, Apaxco landscip and eall nēahbūend wǣron under þǣre wealdung of Tacuba, ān þæs midlim þæs Þrifeald Gaderung. Apaxco āwunod in þisum staðole ǣr þǣm feallung of Tenochtitlan for þǣm īsernhere Hernán Cortés.
In colonial times Apaxco Commit entered the system imposed by the Spanish conquerors, and came under the command of Cristóbal Hernandez Mosquera in 1530.
Apaxco was erected as a township in 1870 after the end of the French intervention, the first school was founded in 1880. But during the Porfirio Díaz government, the municipality entered into a phase of strong economic recession and the town disappeared in 1899 for failing to keep administrative or economically, from that date until 1923 Apaxco was a part from Texquiquiac Township.