Tro-Cortesiano Codex, or Mayan Codex of Madrid, s. XIV

3.031,00

Facsimile edition of 1991 produced by the publisher Testimony of one of the four Mayan codices that are preserved in the world. Undisputed jewel of the Museum of America in Madrid, where it is preserved today.

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Facsimile edition of 1991 produced by the publisher Testimony of one of the four Mayan codices that are preserved in the world. Undisputed jewel of the Museum of America in Madrid, where it is preserved today. It dates from the 14th century and was brought to Spain in two parts, one by Cortés himself and the other by Juan de Tro. It is drawn on amate paper, on both sides, measures 6.82 m and is folded in the form of a screen.

It contains divinatory almanacs covering topics such as hunting, agriculture, weaving, and various rituals. It comes in a case.

The edition obtained in 1991 by the Ministry of Culture, the First Prize for the best edited book in the category of Bibliophilia and Facsimile. Limited and numbered with notarial certificate

Facsimile in 2 parts, format 13 x 23 cm folded, 160 pages, folded in the shape of a screen.

Complementary study book bound in paperback with dust jacket and flaps, format 17 x 23.5 cm, of 136 pages, with introduction by Manuel Ballesteros Gaibrois (1911-2002) and study by Miguel Rivera Dorado (1942-). There is an English version but the one delivered, unless expressly requested, is with texts in Spanish.

Facsimiles and study are presented in a case lined in fine gray velvet, format 39.5 x 33.5 x 7.5 cm.

Complete copy, with sealed facsimiles, and in perfect condition.

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