Codex Veitia, s. XVIII

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Modes that the Indians had to zelebrar their parties, is the original name of which is known simply like Codex Veitia.

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Facsimile reproduction of the 138-page codex on Aztec culture, ordered to be copied in 1775 by Veitia, one of the continuators of the prestigious archaeologist Boturini. Last of the Mexican codices of the group Magliabecchiano. It contains 22 colored drawings that describe the ways to celebrate the holidays and other knowledge and customs of the time.

Original preserved in the Library of the Royal Palace of Madrid.

Modes that the Indians had to zelebrar their parties, is the original name of which is known simply like Codex Veitia.

Beautiful facsimile edition made in 1986, bound in dry pressed goatskin with four tacks on each cover. Leather with signs of use that give the charm of antiquity. Format 14,5 x 22 cm. 130 pages.

International edition limited to 980 copies, numbered and certified.

The complementary volume of 166 pages consists of study, transcription and notes of José Alcina Franch and Francisco Morales Padrón. Binding with paperback and dust jacket. Format 17 x 23.7 cm. Texts in Spanish. There is an English version, if you are interested, please contact us.

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