Book study of the facsimile edition of the Codex Tudela or Codex Museum of America, document prepared the mid-sixteenth century in central Mexico during the early colonial period, on European laid paper, original of which is preserved today in the Museum from America.
In the original codex three documents are called Indigenous Book, Caucasian Pintado Book and Book Written European bind. Thus, the Codex Tudela has great importance as a source of first hand knowledge of the Aztec religion, but also its value increases for having given birth, through the copy of your Indian Book, another set of nine documents , reproductions of each other, called the Magliabechiano Group.
In additional to the facsimile edition, which is the article that we offer here, NO facsimile, the Codex Tudela as a material object described study volume, we study its ethnographic and religious content, and show its relationship to the Magliabechiano Group, to check degenerations that occur in the copy of the paintings from a codex to another, always starting from the initially collected in the Codex Tudela.
Book 2002 study by Juan José Batalla Rosado, Professor of American History at the Complutense University of Madrid. Bound in hardcover and illustrated padded cloth, 17.5 x 24.5 cm format. 476 pages, text in Spanish.
Original in perfect condition, new.
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