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Author: Richley H Crapo; Bonnie Glass-Coffin
Publisher: Logan, UT : Utah State University Press, 2005.
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"Transcribed from the original Nahuatal manuscript (written circa 1600 by an anonymous Native Mexican) and translated into English for the first time, this epic chronicle tells the preconquest history of the Tlaxcalteca, who migrated into central Mexico from the northern desert frontier after the Toltec empire's fall. By the time of Hernan Cortes's arrival in the sixteenth century, the Tlaxcalteca were the main  Read more...
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Anónimo mexicano. English & Nahuatl.
Anónimo mexicano.
Logan, UT : Utah State University Press, 2005
(OCoLC)607715276
Online version:
Anónimo mexicano. English & Nahuatl.
Anónimo mexicano.
Logan, UT : Utah State University Press, 2005
(OCoLC)607745750
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Richley H Crapo; Bonnie Glass-Coffin
ISBN: 0874216230 9780874216233
OCLC Number: 61240584
Language Note: Includes a full English translation, the original classical Nahuatl, and a modern Nahuatl version.
Description: 106 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm
Other Titles: Anónimo mexicano.
Responsibility: edited by Richley H. Crapo, Bonnie Glass-Coffin.
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"Transcribed from the original Nahuatal manuscript (written circa 1600 by an anonymous Native Mexican) and translated into English for the first time, this epic chronicle tells the preconquest history of the Tlaxcalteca, who migrated into central Mexico from the northern desert frontier after the Toltec empire's fall. By the time of Hernan Cortes's arrival in the sixteenth century, the Tlaxcalteca were the main rivals of the Mexica, or Aztecs, as they are commonly known." "The ancestors of the Tlaxcalteca settled cities in the Valley of Mexico, next to its great lakes, Texcoco and Chalco, before migrating to the next valley to the east and establishing the kingdom of Tlaxcala. There they remained one of the few peoples of north-central Mesoamerica not subdued in the rise of the Mexica, who ruled a vast empire from their capital city of Tenochtitlan." "Anonimo Mexicano is housed in the Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris. Its first complete publication here includes a full English translation, an accurate transcription of the original document's classical Nahuatl, a modern Nahuatl version for philological comparison, and comprehensive annotation. This definitive edition thus will be valuable for anthropologists, ethnohistorians, folklorists, linguists, Mesoamerican specialists, philologists, and others. Moreover, anyone interested in the epic origin tales of peoples and nations will find interest in Anonimo Mexicano's grand narrative of dynastic wars, conquests, and migrations, cast in mythological terms."--Jacket.

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