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Grammar of the Mexican language : with an explanation of its adverbs (1645)

Author: Horacio Carochi; James Lockhart
Publisher: Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press ; [Los Angeles, Calif.] : UCLA Latin American Center Publications, ©2001.
Series: UCLA Latin American studies, v. 89.; Nahuatl series, no. 7.
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The primary native language of central Mexico before and after the Spanish conquest, Nahuatl was used from the mid-16th century forward in an astounding array of alphabetic written documents.  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Horacio Carochi; James Lockhart
ISBN: 0804742812 9780804742818
OCLC Number: 46858462
Language Note: "In this edition the original, with its Spanish and Nahuatl, faces an English translation of the Spanish and a second version of the Nahuatl examples"--Preface.
Description: xxii, 516 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Transcription and Translation of the Grammar 1 --
Original Front Matter 2 --
First Book, of Nouns, Pronouns, and Prepositions 18 --
Second Book, of Verbs and Conjugations 94 --
Third Book, of the Derivation of Nouns and Verbs 174 --
Fourth Book, of the Compounding of Nouns, Verbs, and Other Things 282 --
Fifth Book, of the Adverbs and Conjunctions of the Mexican Language 328.
Series Title: UCLA Latin American studies, v. 89.; Nahuatl series, no. 7.
Other Titles: Compendio del arte de la lengua mexicana.
Responsibility: by Horacio Carochi ; translated and edited with commentary by James Lockhart.
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"James Lockhart, an eminent historian of early Latin America, is the leading interpreter of Nahuatl texts and has trained many students in older Nahuatl. One of his main tools of instruction has been Read more...

 
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