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  • [Anonym] : Codex Borbonicus at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1805 - Relevance: 167120 (87.4%) - Language: Nahuatl / Latin - Alternative Title: Codex Cihuacoatl - Mexico - 1562-1563 - Manuscript: Paris, Bibliothèque de l'Assemblée Nationale - Commentars: Classics: America. 1. progostical calendar, Wahrsagekalender (Tonalamatl, tōnalpōhualli); 2. Description of 52-years-cycles, Beschreibung der 52-Jahres-Zyklen; 3. Description of rituals and ceremonies, Beschreibung von Ritualen und Zeremonien. Latin descriptions added later by Spain writers. Named after the Palais Bourbon in France. Also at Bib. Assemb. Paris. Nahuatl, Azteken, Aztecs, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Borgia at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1811 - Relevance: 155368 (81.3%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Borgia Group, Codex Yoalli Ehecatl - Puebla, Mexico - End of 15th cent. - Manuscript: Vatikan, Bibliotheca Apostolica, Cod. Borg. Messicano 1 - Commentars: Classics: America. Named after the Italian Cardinal Stefano Borgia, who owned it before it was acquired by the Vatican Library. It is not certain that its creators were Nahuas. It was discovered in 1805 by Alexander von Humboldt among the effects of Cardinal Stefano Borgia. Nahuatl, Azteken, Aztecs, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Cospi at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1812 - Relevance: 154321 (80.7%) - Language: Nahuatl / Mixtec / Tlaxcaltec - Alternative Title: Borgia Group, Codex Bologna - Tehuacan valley, Mexico (?) - 15th cent. (?) - Manuscript: Bologna, UB, Calendario Messicano, Cod. 4093 - Commentars: Classics: America. S.a. Facs. Loubat 1898. Prov.: 1665 Ferdinand Cospi. Cholula-Tlaxcala, Teotihuacan, Tlaxcalteken, Tula, Mixteken, Mixtecs, Azteken, Aztecs, Tonalamatl calendar, Americana. Precolumbian, before 1521.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Fejérváry-Mayer at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1808 - Relevance: 151686 (79.4%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Borgia Group, Codex Tezcatlipoca - Veracruz, Mexico (?) - 1400-1521 - Manuscript: Liverpool, Word Museum, # 12014 M - Commentars: Classics: America. S.a. BBAW facs.. Typical calendar codex tonalamatl dealing with the sacred Aztec calendar – the tonalpohualli. Azteken; Precolumbian Aztec Americana. Named after Gabriel Fejérváry (1780–1851), a Hungarian collector, and Joseph Mayer (1803–1886). Found 1829.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Ixtlilxochitl at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1809 - Relevance: 157641 (82.5%) - Language: Nahuatl - Texcoco, Mexico - frühes 17th cent. - Manuscript: Paris, BNF, - Commentars: Classics: America. Named after Fernando de Alva Cortés Ixtlilxochitl (between 1568 & 1578 - c. 1650), same source as the Codex Magliabechiano. A calendar of the annual festivals and rituals celebrated by the Aztec teocalli during the Mexican year. Aztecs, Azteken, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Laud at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1813 - Relevance: 162733 (85.1%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Borgia Group, Codex Laudianus - Central Mexico - 16th cent. - Manuscript: Oxford, Bodlein Library, MS. Laud Misc. 678 - Commentars: Classics: America. Prov.: William Laud. Azteken, Nahuatl, Aztecs, Americana, Conquista. Similar to Codex Bodley and Codex Borgia.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Magliabecchiano at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1822 - Relevance: 155123 (81.2%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Libro de la Vida que los Yndios antiguamente hazian y supersticiones y malos Ritos que tenían y guardaban (The Book of the Life of the Ancient Mexicans and their superstitions and evil Rites). - Valley of Mexico - 2nd half 16th cent. - Manuscript: Florenz, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, MS Magl. XHI-3 - Commentars: Classics: America. Facs. Loubat 1902. Collection Ex-Antonio Magliabechi. Ritual-calendric and ethnographic document. Nahuatl, Azteken, Aktecs, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Magliabechiano at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1810 - Relevance: 157370 (82.3%) - Language: Nahuatl - Mexico - Mitte 16th cent. - Manuscript: Florenz, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, CL. XIII. 3 (B. R. 232) - Commentars: Classics: America. Named after Antonio Magliabechi, a 17th century Italian manuscript collector. Based on an earlier unknown codex, the Codex Magliabechiano is primarily a religious document, depicting the 20 day-names of the tonalpohualli, the 18 monthly feasts, the 52-year cycle, various deities, indigenous religious rites, costumes, and cosmological beliefs. Nahuatl, Azteken, Aztecs, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Mendoza at Wikimedia Commons
    Entry No.: 1798 - Relevance: 157205 (82.2%) - Language: Nahuatl - Mexico City / Tenochtitlan - 1541-1542 - Manuscript: Oxford, Bodlein Library, MS. Arch. Selden. A. 1 - Commentars: Classics: America. Codex Mendocino; Section I, 16 pages, history of the Aztec people from 1325 through 1521 — from the founding of Tenochtitlan through the Spanish conquest. Lists reign of each ruler. Section II, 39 pages, provides a list of the towns conquered by the Triple Alliance and the tributes paid by each. Section III, 16 pages, is a pictorial depiction of the daily life of the Aztecs. Provenience before 1659: André Thevet 1553, Samuel Purchase 1616, then to his son, and then to John Selden. Named after Antonio de Mendoza. Azteken, Conquista, Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Tonalamatl Aubin at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1824 - Relevance: 162371 (85%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Book of Days - Talxcala - 15th cent. - 16th cent. - Manuscript: Paris, BNF, Ms. mexicain 19bis - Commentars: Classics: America. Facs. Loubat 1901. Ritual calendar. Prov.: 1743 Boturini. Azteken, Aztecs, Nahuatl, Precolumbian Americana.

  • [Anonym] : Codex Vaticanus B at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1817 - Relevance: 154028 (80.6%) - Language: Nahuatl - Alternative Title: Borgia Group - Region of Choluli in Puebla, Tlaxcala, in Mexico - 15th cent. (?) - Manuscript: Rom, Biblitheca Apostolica, Codex Vaticanus 3773 - Commentars: Classics: America. Mentioned by Michelle Mercati in 1589 (with Vaticanus A). 260 day ritual cycle Aztec calendar called tonalpohualli (day count). Nahuatl, Azteken, Aztecs, Precolumbian Americana before 1521.

  • Haebler, Konrad : Die Religion des mittlern Amerika at archive.org
    Entry No.: 2344 - Relevance: 150885 (78.9%) - Language: german - Printer: Aschendorff - Münster - 1899 - Commentars: Classics: America. Americana, Azteken

  • Pedro de los Ríos : Codex Ríos at FAMSI - Foundation for the advancement of Mesoamerican Studies
    Entry No.: 1814 - Relevance: 131237 (68.7%) - Language: Italian - Alternative Title: Codex Vaticanus A - Italy - 1566 - Manuscript: Rom, Biblitheca Apostolica, Codex Vaticanus 3738 - Commentars: Classics: America. Italian translation and augmentation of a Spanish colonial-era manuscript, Codex Telleriano-Remensis. Tolteca-Chichimeca culture in the Tehuacan Valley in modern-day Puebla and Oaxaca. 1. Cosmogological and mythological traditions with emphasis on the four epochs; 2. An almanac, or tonalamatl, for the 260-day divinatory year common in Mesoamerica; 3. Calendar tables for the years 1558 through 1619, without drawings; 4. An 18-month festival calendar, with drawings of the gods of each period; 5. Ritual customs, with portraits of Indians; 6. Pictorial chronicles for the years 1195-1549 beginning with the migration from Chicomoztoc and covering later events in the Valley of Mexico; 7. Glyphs for the years 1556 through 1562, without drawings or text. Ríos was Dominican friar in Oaxaca and Pueblo, Mexico. Azteken, Aztecs, Tolteken, Teotihuacan, Americana.

 

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