Ancient Mexican material culture as revealed in Codex Vindobonensis Mexicanus, 1940

Mss.913.72.Wi649

Date: 1940 | Size: 1 Volumes, 1 volume, 220 p., typescript with handcolored plates

Abstract

An analysis of the material culture of one of the eight extant Mixtec codices, Codex Vindobonensis Mexicanus I.

Scope and content

Native American Images note : Over three hundred vividly colored logographs in the Mixtecan writing systemlanguage. Repainted by the author, the watercolors exhibit pottery, ornaments, weapons, and ceremonial paraphernalia.

Digital objects note

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Collection Information

Physical description

1 volume, 220 p., typescript with handcolored plates.

Provenance

Presented by Susan Nagler Perloff and Jane Nagler Rich in memory of J. Herbert Nagler and Walter K. Wilbur and accessioned, 1982.

Processing information

Inventory not complete, only scanned images noted.

Indexing Terms


Genre(s)

  • Drawings.
  • Picture-writing

Geographic Name(s)

  • Mexico -- Antiquities.
  • Mexico -- History -- To 1519.

Subject(s)

  • Indians of Mexico -- Oaxaca
  • Mixtec Indians
  • Mixtec language