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IMAGE 36/64, ID# 9270

The Selden Codex (códice Selden) at the Mexico City Anthropological Museum
The Selden Codex is a Mexican pictorial manuscript belonging to the Mixtec culture. The codex is a record of the genealogy and Jaltepec dynasties from the tenth to the sixteenth century. It is one of six Mixtec codices considered Hispanic tradition that survived the Conquest of Mexico.
Keywords: mixteca pre-columbian pre-hispanic native American art scripture hyroglyphs pictorial manuscript archeology anthropology Selden Codex códice Mexico City Anthropological Museum America
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Album name:Pre-hispanic artefacts
Continent:America
Country:Mexico
Location:Mexico City
Date added:23 Sep, 2012
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