The University Libraries' Mesoamerican codices collection consists of high quality facsimiles held in Special Collections, mass published facsimiles found on our shelves, early microfilm proxies of originals, and scholarly interpretations.
This is one of the most comprehensive native census pictorial manuscripts which has suvived from central Mexico. It provides information on social structure, settlement patterns, land tenure, household composition, and political and economic organization.
This is a traditional-style Mixtec history which presents the genealogies and origin of the dynasties of an unidentified locality known as "Belching Mountain," after the form of its place glyph. The first date is A.D. 783 or 794 and the last legible date is 1556. The genealogies include relationships to numerous persons from other localities, including Teozacoalco and Tilantongo.