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Codice de Huamantla
Call Number: SPE** F 1219.56 C627 C63X 1984 V.1 and V.2
Publication Date: 1984
This "codex" consists of fragments of a very large painting, some of which is believed to have been lost since it was first described by Borutini in the eighteenth century. The principal theme is warfare. Indians armed with bows, arrows, macanas, and shields with the symbol for war between them are a frequent motif. The taking of prisoners and sacrifices are also shown, as are native houses, place glyphs, and other symbols.
Huamelulpan: Also known as Tulane
Huexotzinco Codex, 1531
An online facsimile from the Library of Congress. The Huexotzinco Codex is an eight-sheet document on amatl, a pre-European paper made in Mesoamerica. It is a part of the testimony in a legal case against representatives of the colonial government in Mexico, ten years after the Spanish conquest in 1521.
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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