Codex Mendoza Aztec manuscript with commentaries by Kurt Ross

By: Mendoza, Don Antonio

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London: Regent Books, 1984. 900 g; 120 pages, decorated end pages, and reproducing the 71 Folio pages of the Codex, with some parts enlarged. The dustjacket reproduces a page of the Codex. The only damage of notes to the book is the previous owner's name and date at the bottom of the title page. The Codex was specially written by an Aztec painted book artist using the native pictographic system of writing. So the Spanish monarch should be able to read it and form an idea of his strange Dominion in the New World, a Spanish priest familiar with the language of the Aztecs, was asked to write a detailed explanation of the contents. -- Rear panel blurb. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Illuminated Manuscripts. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. document -- Mexican.

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