Wikipedia depicts the founding of Tenochtitlan, and the conquest of Colhuacan and Tenayucan.
The Codex Mendoza is an Aztec codex, created about twenty years after the Spanish conquest of Mexico with the intent that it be seen by Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor and King of Spain.Depicts the rule and conquests of Ahuitzotl.Depicts the rule and conquests of Axayacatl.The codex was deposited into the Bodleian Library at Oxford University in 1659, 5 years after Seldens death, where it remained in obscurity until 1831, when it was rediscovered by Viscount Kingsborough and brought to the attention of scholars.It contains a history of the Aztec rulers and their conquests, a list of the tribute paid by the conquered, and a description of daily Aztec life, in traditional Aztec pictograms with Spanish explanations and commentary.Together with the Monuments of New Spain,.Dupaix: with their respective scales of measurement and accompanying descriptions.After creation in Mexico City, it was sent by ship to Spain.Depicts the palace of Motecuhzoma).1565; Adair, James, approximately ; Cortes, Hernan, ; Fernandez de Oviedo y Valdes, Gonzalo, ; Alva Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de, ; Alvarado Tezozomoc, Fernando,.1598; Aglio, Agostino, lithographer; Cooper Union Museum for the Arts of Decoration.Jan 8, 2015 01/15 by Kingsborough, Edward King, viscount, vlc error unicows dll ; Dupaix, Guillermo; Sahagun, Bernardino de, -1590; Veytia, Mariano,?; Simon, Pedro,.Lists the tribute towns were required to pay to the Aztec empire.The whole illustrated by many valuable inedited manuscripts.Some time after 1616 it was passed to Samuel Purchase, then to his son, and then to John Selden.It was later bought by the Englishman Richard Hakluyt for 20 French francs.Thévet wrote his name in five places on the codex, twice with the date 1553.
Depicts the rule and conquests of Chimalpopoca.
Vol.2 (1831 Antiquities of Mexico : comprising fac-similes of ancient Mexican paintings and hieroglyphics, preserved in the Royal Libraries of Paris, Berlin, and Dresden; in the Imperial Library of Vienna; in the Vatican Library; in the Borgian Museum at Rome; in the Library.