Manuscripts, Mexican-Pre-Columbian -- Facsimiles. Indians of Mexico -- Religion and mythology. Manuscripts, Nahuatl -- Facsimiles.
Codices from 15th and 16th century Mexico. These Mesoamerican manuscripts described wars, victories, famine, pestilence, religious events, and other elements of ancient Mesoamerican culture. The codices often consisted of one long extension or band of paper called amatl, produced from the bark of a type of fig tree. Glyphs, or pictorial representations, were used for the text.
J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Series Editors: Francisco Sauer; Josepho Stummvoll. Introduction: C. A. Burland.
Codex Laud Bodleian Library Oxford. Introduction: C. A. Burland. Graz, Akademische Druck - u. Verlagsanstalt, 1966