The History of the Indies of New Spain

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University of Oklahoma Press, 1994 - 642 páginas
An unabridged translation of a 16th century Dominican friar's history of the Aztec world before the Spanish conquest, based on a now-lost Nahuatl chronicle and interviews with Aztec informants. Duran traces the history of the Aztecs from their mythic origins to the destruction of the empire, and describes the court life of the elite, the common people, and life in times of flood, drought, and war. Includes an introduction and annotations providing background on recent studies of colonial Mexico, and 62 b&w illustrations from the original manuscript. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
 

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Chapter I
3
Chapter II
12
Chapter III
20
Chapter IV
31
Chapter V
42
Chapter VI
51
Chapter VII
58
Chapter VIII
66
How King Ahuitzotl finished the construc
328
How the solemn ceremony and sacrifice be
337
How Aztec and Otomi colonists were sent to
344
How King Ahuitzotl visited all the temples
355
The death of Tlacaelel how King Ahuitzotl
361
How the waters entered Tenochtitlan how
367
How Mexico learned that Xoconochco Xo
374
The death of King Ahuitzotl and the funeral
382

liberated the city of Mexico
73
Chapter X
84
Chapter XI
96
Chapter XII
104
How King Itzcoatl of Mexico ordered the
112
The election of the fifth king of Mexico Hue
123
How Motecuhzoma the First began to build
130
The cruel attack made by the Chalcas upon
141
How the people of Tepeaca waged war against
149
The great discord between the Aztecs and the
160
The cruel sacrifice of the Huaxtecs at the
169
The war with Ahuilizapan and how those
175
How King Motecuhzoma warred with Coaixt
182
The sacrificial ceremony performed in hon
188
How the Province of Cuetlaxtlan rebelled
194
The great tribute and wealth received by the
202
The laws ordinances statutes and other
208
How the people of Guaxaca killed the royal
223
How the king and nobility decided to wage
233
How King Motecuhzoma had his likeness
242
A fierce battle between the Aztecs of Tlate
251
The second battle between the Aztecs of Ten
258
Contents
261
How the two carved stones were set in their
272
How war was waged against Mechoacan and
278
The long funeral rites with which the Aztecs
283
The gifts that the lords brought to the de
291
How the Aztecs waged war on Metztitlan
299
How after the funeral of King Tizoc a youn
309
The festival that was held for the coronation
319
The order and harmony decreed by King
394
The solemn festivities that were held at the
402
How Motecuhzoma conquered the provinces
409
The reasons Motecuhzoma had for warring
417
The cruel battle waged between the Aztecs
425
How Motecuhzoma had the Temple of Coat
431
How Cholula defied the Aztecs on the road to
438
The enmity and war between Tlaxcala and
445
How Nezahualpiltzintli king of Tezcoco in
452
The cruel sacrifice of the Tlaxcalan victims
456
The death of Nezahualpilli king of Tezcoco
465
How Motecuhzoma ordered that the largest
477
How Motecuhzoma decided to abandon the
483
How Motecuhzoma ordered the authorities
490
How Motecuhzoma ordered an artist to paint
503
Cortés
508
How Motecuhzoma sent a chieftain to bring
515
How the Tlaxcalans held a meeting and de
522
How Hernán Cortés was welcomed in Mexi
528
How Pánfilo de Narváez arrived at Veracruz
534
How Don Hernán Cortés fled from his quar
542
How Cortés came from Tlaxcala to Tezcoco
549
How Don Hernán Cortés after having con
558
Duráns Historia and the Crónica X by Ignacio Bernal
565
Chronology of Aztec Kings
579
Glossary
581
Bibliography
595
Index
609
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