"Describes some of the social and linguistic transformations that took place between 1450 and 1675 in the Cuauhnhuac region (now Cuernavaca, south of Mexico), seen from the perspective of the Nahuatl or "Mexican" speaking people in various codices elaborated during the 16th century. The book's main purpose is to shed light on the continuity and vitality of the various Nahuatl ethnic groups and cultures and their descendants." --Provided by vendor.
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