The Nahuas After the Conquest

The Nahuas After the Conquest

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A monumental achievement of scholarship, this volume on the Nahua Indians of Central Mexico (often called Aztecs) constitutes our best understanding of any New World indigenous society in the period following European contact. Simply put, the purpose of this book is to throw light on the history of Nahua society and culture through the use of records in Nahuatl, concentrating on the time when the bulk of the extant documents were written, between about 1540-50 and the late eighteenth century. At the same time, the earliest records are full of implications for the very first years after contact, and ultimately for the preconquest epoch as well, both of which are touched on here in ways that are more than introductory or ancillary.Indeed, the acquisition and maintenance of organs become a leitmotif carrying on to the final entries, generations after the founder was dead. In 1647, nine individuals, foremost the de la Cruzes themselves, donated the bulk of the 410 pesosanbsp;...


Title:The Nahuas After the Conquest
Author: James Lockhart
Publisher:Stanford University Press - 1992
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