MATERIAL: Hand-Written/Painted
TYPE: Book
DIMENSIONS: 21 cm.
COMPONENTS: 2-92 folios.
CONDITION: Missing a large section of the spine, with loss in the upper right section of the front cover and missing the upper left time of the back cover. Pages 82-92 missing the upper right tip. Interior generally clean. In very good condition.
priceInfo: original description says 5000, 9000 given in email.
Foreign Language Inscription: Sitio donde se escriben los difuntos que mueren en este Convento de San Juan de Teotihuacan.
ITEM ID: 2909
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Mexican Records of Deceased Indigenous Peoples

DATE
Year: 1681
Decade: 1680s
Century: 17th (1601-1700)

Records written in Nahuatl language, with the revisions of the “VCistador” in Spanish. From 1670 onwards the nahuatl language is fully replaced by Spanish. Chronologically organized by year, pages 54-56 are our of place, bound at the beginning of the book. The frequency of the revisions of the “Vistadores” is generally every 2-3 years, almost every time different visitors. In 1648, Vithe “Vistador” was Fray Bueneventura de Salinas “Calificador de la Suprema Inquisición” from the province of Lima and commissioner of all the provinces of the New Spain. A 66 years deceased Indian records, written mosrlty in an Indigenough language.