István Bujdosó

István Bujdosó

István Bujdosó
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FAMSI - John Pohl - Libros Antiguos - El Grupo Borgia - Codice Fejervary Mayer

FAMSI - John Pohl - Libros Antiguos - El Grupo Borgia - Codice Fejervary Mayer

Codex Fejérváry-Mayer is a 15th or early 16th century Aztec (or Mixtec) manuscript on deer skin from Veracruz in central Mexico. Named for a Hungarian collector and British patron, this pre-Columbian accordion-style document outlines the cosmological and calendrical orientations of the Mayan people. As a typical calendar codex tonalamatl dealing with the sacred Aztec calendar -- the tonalpohualli -- it is grouped in the Codex Borgia group.

Codex Fejérváry-Mayer is a 15th or early 16th century Aztec (or Mixtec) manuscript on deer skin from Veracruz in central Mexico. Named for a Hungarian collector and British patron, this pre-Columbian accordion-style document outlines the cosmological and calendrical orientations of the Mayan people. As a typical calendar codex tonalamatl dealing with the sacred Aztec calendar -- the tonalpohualli -- it is grouped in the Codex Borgia group.

Codex Fejérváry-Mayer is a 15th or early 16th century Aztec (or Mixtec) manuscript on deer skin from Veracruz in central Mexico. Named for a Hungarian collector and British patron, this pre-Columbian accordion-style document outlines the cosmological and calendrical orientations of the Mayan people. As a typical calendar codex tonalamatl dealing with the sacred Aztec calendar -- the tonalpohualli -- it is grouped in the Codex Borgia group.

Codex Fejérváry-Mayer is a 15th or early 16th century Aztec (or Mixtec) manuscript on deer skin from Veracruz in central Mexico. Named for a Hungarian collector and British patron, this pre-Columbian accordion-style document outlines the cosmological and calendrical orientations of the Mayan people. As a typical calendar codex tonalamatl dealing with the sacred Aztec calendar -- the tonalpohualli -- it is grouped in the Codex Borgia group.

--Page 13-- Codex Cospi (Loubat 1898)

--Page 13-- Codex Cospi (Loubat 1898)

A page from the Codex Fejérváry-Mayer, ca. 15th century CE The codex is a pre-Columbian Aztec divinatory composition, made from 3.85 metres of deer skin parchment, and one of the few to have survived the Spanish conquest. It deals with aspects of the Mesoamerican 260 day calendar, the tonalpohualli. FAMSI.org

A page from the Codex Fejérváry-Mayer, ca. 15th century CE The codex is a pre-Columbian Aztec divinatory composition, made from 3.85 metres of deer skin parchment, and one of the few to have survived the Spanish conquest. It deals with aspects of the Mesoamerican 260 day calendar, the tonalpohualli. FAMSI.org

The top right corner of this image "shows how Tezcatlipoca tempted Cipactli the Earth Monster to the surface of the great waters by using his foot as bait. In swallowing his foot (s)he lost her lower jaw. Hideously crippled (s)he was unable to sink and thus the earth was created from her body."

The top right corner of this image "shows how Tezcatlipoca tempted Cipactli the Earth Monster to the surface of the great waters by using his foot as bait. In swallowing his foot (s)he lost her lower jaw. Hideously crippled (s)he was unable to sink and thus the earth was created from her body."

templo de mictlantecuhtli - Buscar con Google

templo de mictlantecuhtli - Buscar con Google

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codice-nuttall

Codice Borbonico lamina 34 detalle de ceremonia del Fuego Nuevo

Codice Borbonico lamina 34 detalle de ceremonia del Fuego Nuevo