File:Теночтитлан.jpg

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Русский: Карта-схема Мехико-Теночтитлана - столицы ацтеков. Опубликована в латинском издании "Реляций" Кортеса (Нюрнберг, 1524), считается, что составлена самим Кортесом на основе материалов индейских писцов
Español: Página de «Praeclara Ferdinandi Cortesii de nova maris Oceani Hispania narratio, Sacratissimo ac Invictissimo Carolo Romanorum Imperatori Semper Augusto, Hispaniarum & Regi Anno Domini M. D. XX transmisa; ... per Doctorem Petrum Savorgnanum Foro Juliensem Reven. D. Joan. de Revelles Episco. Vienensis Secretarium ex Hispano idiomate in latinum versa Anno Domini M. D. XXIIII. KL. Martii», primera publicación de la segunda carta de Hernán Cortés al Imperador Carlos V, por Fridericum Peypus en Núremberg en 1524, tal como está conservada en la Biblioteca Newberry de Chicago. Muestra un mapa de Tenochtitlán preparado por los Mexicas y presentado a Cortés como un regalo en el período 1519-1521, y un mapa de la región de la Costa del Golfo mexicano y la parte sureste de lo que son hoy los Estados Unidos. El autor del mapa, desconocido, pudo ser un mexica o un conquistador español, según el sitio de la Biblioteca del Congreso de Estados Unidos (véase [1]), donde se presenta otra versión, monocromática, que pertenece a la colección de grabados iluminados donados a la Biblioteca del Congreso de Estados Unidos por Lessing J. Rosenwald. (Rosenwald Collection, Rare Book and Special Collections Division).
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Source http://www.motecuhzoma.de/Ten%20Nuern.JPG
Author Unknown (Mexica? Spanish conquistador?)
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Tenochtitlan y Golfo de Mexico 1524.jpg

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