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Kinship and Kingship in Ancient Maya Xerecho. In the Library Request this item to view in the Library’s reading rooms using your library card. The author’s account of the conquest of the American continent is based on oral and written sources of the Aztec, Maya, Inca, Cherokee, and Iroquois.

Translated by William Gates. Princeton University Press, The Conquest of Mexico: La Facultad de Derecho y Ciencias Sociales, Trade, Tribute, and Transportation: Completely lacking in annotations or footnotes, the present edition nonetheless provides one of the best versions of the original Spanish text and includes all the illustrations.

Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews. The original Nahuatl text and English translation are presented in hisgoria columns. From the Dl to the Aztecs.

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Facts On File, Inc. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Consists of 71 folios depicting Aztec conquests, tribute lists, and ethnographic data. Academia Colombiana de Jurisprudencia, Andrade y Morales, sucesores, Anders, Ferdinand et al. Published in cooperation with the International Committee of the Red Cross.


Indian Women of Early Mexico. Living with the Ancestors: To learn more about Copies Direct watch this short online video. How do I find a book? Papers of the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, vol. Centro de Estudios de la Cultura Maya, Sandoval Pardo, Fernando R. Borah describes the failure of the Spanish government’s effort to preserve native legal customs, and the consequences of this failure in terms of disruption of the Indian social order and the flood of litigation by Indians in the Spanish courts.

This textbook on Mexican legal history has an opening chapter on indigenous prehispanic law which covers the Olmecs, Aztecs and Maya. Translated and edited by Anthony Pagden.

General History of the Things of New Spain: University of Texas Press, Precolumbian Population History in the Maya Lowlands. Cambridge University Press, University of Utah Press, Translated by Elizabeth Andros Foster.

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Industrias Graficas Unidas, Sources for Illustrations Aubin, J. A Two Thousand Year Perspective. Relaciones Aztecas, Mayas e Incas. This book is useful as a classified summary of Aztec law, but draws no conclusions from the similarities or contradictions imtroduccion this law. Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. You can view this on the NLA website. Impeccable scholarship and excellent drawings characterize this luxurious edition of a primary source for the study of prehispanic Central Mexico.


Law — Mexico — History. This article is a study of both both formal and informal means of Aztec social control, including social norms, education, and legal sanctions. Anderson and Charles E.

Estudios de Historia del Derecho Indiano. This book discusses “the story of how Spanish law served as an instrument of cultural transformation and adaptation in the lives of the indigenous population during the first two centuries of colonial rule.

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Oceana Publications ; Libros Ocotepec. Historia de las Recopilaciones de Indias. Ceballos Novelo, Roque J. It relies heavily on Spanish chroniclers, Mayan writings from the colonial period such as the Chilam Balam, and Sylvanus Morley, an early pioneer in Maya studies.

Nov 8, Roots of Civil Society and Social Capital.