By Richley Crapo; Bonnie Glass-Coffin
Transcribed from the unique Nahuatl manuscript (written circa 1600) and translated into English for the 1st time, this epic chronicle tells the preconquest background of the Tlaxcalteca, who migrated into important Mexico from the northern frontier of the Toltec empire at its fall. by the point of Cort?s's arrival within the 16th century, the Tlaxcalteca have been the most opponents to the Mexica, or Aztecs, as they're mostly recognized. one of many few peoples of significant Mexico now not governed from the Mexica capital urban of Tenochtitlan, the Tlaxcalteca resided within the subsequent valley to the east and have become Cort?s's strong allies. They have been additionally audio system of the Nahuatl language who a worldly agriculturally established city lifestyle and documented their historical past in conventional —painted books—created by means of specifically expert scribes. therefore, their chronicle, An?nimo Mexicano, bargains a unprecedented replacement point of view at the background of significant Mexico, which has been ruled within the well known mind's eye by way of the tales of the Mexica. the unique An?nimo Mexicano is housed within the Bibliotheque Nationale de Paris. Its first entire e-book the following encompasses a complete English translation, the unique classical Nahuatl, a latest Nahuatl model, and entire annotation. This definitive variation therefore may be priceless for linguists, ethnohistorians, folklorists, Mesoamerican students, and others. additionally, someone drawn to the epic beginning stories of peoples and countries will locate curiosity in An?nimo Mexicano's grand narrative of dynastic wars, conquests, and migrations, solid in mythological phrases.
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