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Call Number: SPE F 1435.3 P6 C66X 1975
Publication Date: 1975
One of the most important of the surviving preconquest Mesoamerican pictorial manuscripts, the Dresden Codex contains divinatory almanacs, multiplication tables for synodical revolutions of the planet Venus, representations of various ceremonies and deities, eclipse and Venus tables, multiplication tables of various numbers (presumably astronomical, divinatory, or calendrical in nature). It also treats other matters, including disease and agriculture.
Commentary in German by H. Deckert and F. Anders with bibliographical references and preface also in English.