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Codex Techaloyan de Cuajimalpaz

Documentary heritage submitted by Mexico and recommended for inclusion in the Memory of the World Register in 1997.

This codex describes how indigenous communities were established in various places in the Valley of Mexico City. It contains indigenous pictorial elements and text written in nahuatl. The file includes a Spanish translation.
This manuscript comprises a series of images relating directly to the lands belonging to a village. It also contains the land survey, a regional map, historical and economic data, a census, an ecological description...

  • Year of submission: 1997
  • Year of inscription: 1997
  • Country: Mexico
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