Catalog Record: Codex Nuttall; facsimile of an ancient Mexican codex belonging to Lord Zouche of Harynworth, England | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Codex Nuttall; facsimile of an ancient Mexican codex belonging to Lord Zouche of Harynworth, England, with an introduction by Zelia Nuttall.

Related Names: Zouche, Robert Nathaniel Cecil George Curzon baron 1851-, Nuttall, Zelia 1858-1933.
Language(s): English
Published: Cambridge, Mass., Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Howard University, 1902.
Subjects: Indians of Mexico > Languages > Writing.
Manuscripts, Mexican > Facsimiles.
Mexico > Antiquities.
Note: The facsimile is mounted on board, connected to form a continuous strip, folded into 42 leaves, the first and last attached to parchment covers. A cover pocket holds the text.
Physical Description: 3 p. l., 35 p. facsim. of ms. in colors, 84, [1] p. 18 x 25 cm.
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