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While there are many codices located in the Department of Special Collections and Archives there are other codices that are located in other areas of the University Libraries. This list will help you locate these other codices. They are interfiled in the book stacks of the general collections unless there is an indication that they are shelved with oversized volumes.
El códice Colombino (electronic resource) by
Call Number: F 1219.56 C7182 L452X 2005
Publication Date: 2005
The codice Colombino describes the life of a distinguished Pre-Columbian governor of Tututepec and Tilantongo (Oaxaca) named 8-Venado "Garra de Tigre" and represents a pictorial biography of one of the most important lords and warriors living during the 11th and 12th centuries in the Mixteca civilization. The CD version breaks the texts down into manageable fragments and contains explanations. The series will contain approximately 190 codices from the collection of the library at INAH.
Codex en Cruz by
Call Number: F 1219.56 C76 D5
Publication Date: 1981
Codex Chimalpopoca by
Call Number: F 1219.56 C62 C63 1992
Publication Date: 1992
The text in Nahuatl with a glossary and grammatical notes.
El códice Huichapan (electronic) by
Call Number: F 1219.56 H842 L38X 2006
Publication Date: 2006
Digital edition that rescues the rich historic and pictographic legacy of the Códice Huichapan, an otom-tlaxcalteca manuscript, written in otom, in the 17th century considered the largest in the world, measuring originally 8 meters long and 2 meters high. Some sections devoted to the colonial administrative activities of the convent of San Mateo Huichapan (Hueichiapan), in the state of Hidalgo, although a large part is in reference of the history of the important seoro (kingdom) of Jilotepec, in the state of Mexico. The CD version breaks the texts down into manageable fragments and contains explanations