Codex Mendoza

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English: Mesoamerican codex written by unknown indigens (the painter is supposed to be Francisco Gualpuyogualcal) between 1541 and 1542 for Antonio de Mendoza, viceroy of New Spain, who may have commissioned it. It combines Aztec pictograms with Spanish text. The original is held at the Bodleian Library, Oxford
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Codex Mendoza 
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Instance ofmanuscript
Named after
Depictsprophecy of Tenochtitlán
Made from material
Location Bodleian Library, Broad Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, South East England, England
Language of work or name
Number of parts of this work
  • 3 section
  • 71 folio
Full work available at URL
Location of creation
Inventory number
  • 1542
Publication date
  • 1541 (Silvio Zavala)
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