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Narrative of Some of the Things of New Spain and of the Great City Temestitan Mexico (Documents and Narratives Concerning the Discovery and Conquest of Latin America.)

Narrative of Some of the Things of New Spain and of the Great City Temestitan Mexico (Documents and Narratives Concerning the Discovery and Conquest of Latin America.)

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Published by Longwood Pr Ltd .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mexico,
  • America,
  • History: World,
  • Aztecs,
  • Description and travel,
  • Early accounts to 1600,
  • Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsAnnonymous Conqueror (Editor), Marshall H. Saville (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8235086M
    ISBN 100893412767
    ISBN 109780893412760

      Scholar Select. Filter your search. Showing 91 to of 1, results Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan Mexico. Marshall H Saville. 08 Aug Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Experience and Nature. John Dewey. The Anonymous Conqueror’s Narrative. Funny how things tend to come in clusters. One day I find the full text of Soustelle’s The Daily Life of the Aztecs, today I find a complete English translation of the Anonymous Conqueror’s Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, México. (In case you’re wondering, Temestitan is an old Spanish corruption of.

    A Spanish account from the 16th century highlights Aztec warfare. Titled ‘Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan’, the account is from an unknown Spanish conquistador who tells of his experiences in the New World and what he witnessed of the Aztec Empire. M. H. Saville (ed.), Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, México. Written by a Companion of Hernan Cortes, The Anonymous Conqueror (New York, ), p. Author: Caroline Dodds Pennock.

      Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico written by the anonymous conqueror, a companion of Hernan Cortes; tr. into English and annotated by Marshall H. : Margarita Vargas-Betancourt. Narrative Of. Narrative Of Some Things Of New Spain And Of The Great City Of Temestitan Mexico For Sale Online. $


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Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan,^ Mexico, Written by a Companion of Hernán Cortes, The Anonymous Conqueror, CHAPTER I THE LAND OF NEW SPAIN The land of New Spain is similar to Spain, and the hills, valleys, and plains are nearly of the same manner, except that the moun- tains are more terrible and rugged, in so much so that no one can climb them.

Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan Mexico: A Companion of Companion of Hernan Cortes (Classic Reprint) Paperback – February 5, by Marshall H. Saville 3/5(1).

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Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan Mexico. Written by the Anonymous Conqueror, a Companion of Hernan Cortes. Translated into English and annotated by Marshall H.

Saville. [Documents and Narratives concerning the Discovery and Conquest of Latin America. published by the Cortes Society, no. I.]. Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan Mexico / 5 Monolithic axes and their distribution in ancient America / 5 Precolumbian decoration of the teeth in Ecuador, with some account of the occurrence of the custom in other parts of North and South AMerica; 3 / /5(2).

Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, Mexico Issue 1 of Documents and narratives concerning the discovery and conquest of Latin America: Editor: Marshall Howard Saville: Translated by: Marshall Howard Saville: Contributor: Cortes Society, New York: Publisher: Cortes society, Original from: Princeton University: Digitized.

textsNarrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico. Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico.

Saville, Marshall H. (Marshall Howard), ; Cortes Society. Publication : Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, Mexico by Marshall Howard Ed and Saville,New York Cortes Society Book Resume: This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.

During the ongoing reclassification of the Institute of Historical Research Library’s Latin American collections, a book was discovered entitled Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico – written by the anonymous conqueror, a.

The chronicle of the so-called "Anonymous Conqueror" was written sometime in the sixteenth century, entitled in an early twentieth-century translation to English as Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan (titlan).

Rather than its being a petition for rewards for services, as many Spanish accounts were situation, the Anonymous Conqueror made observations about the Date: February – Aug Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico, By ed. and tr. Marshall Howard Saville and New York.

Cortes Society. Abstract. The original Spanish text is lost. An Italian translation by G. Ramusio was published in his "Terzo volvme delle navigationi et viaggi. Get this from a library. Narrative of some things of New Spain, and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico.

[Marshall Howard Saville; Cortes Society.;]. Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico. New York, Cortes Society, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Marshall H Saville; Cortes Society.

“Narratives of New Spain, written by the anonymous conqueror” from the Collections of the IHR Library During the ongoing reclassification of the Institute of Historical Research Library’s Latin American collections, a book was discovered entitled Narrative of some things of New Spain and of the great city of Temestitan, Mexico – written by the anonymous.

Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan Mexico [Documents and Narratives Concerning the Discovery and Conquest of Latin America] The Anonymous Conqueror (Written By); Saville, Marshall H.

(Translated Into English. Aztec Sacrifice by the Anonymous Conqueror 1. NARRATIVE OF SOME THINGS OF NEW SPAIN AND OF THE GREAT CITY OF TEMESTITAN MEXICO WRITTEN BY THE ANONYMOUS CONQUEROR A COMPANION OF HERNÁN CORTES (–)They take him who has to be sacrificed, and first they carry him through the streets andsquares, very finely adorned, with great.

THE FOUNDATION RESEARCH DEPARTMENT Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, 1 México. Written by a Companion of Hernan Cortes, The Anonymous Conqueror.

Edited by Alec Christensen. Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, Mexico, ed. by Marshall H. Saville (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Aztecs -- Cultural assimilation -- Congresses. Native Traditions in the Postconquest World, ed. by Elizabeth Hill Boone and Tom Cummins (PDF with commentary at ).

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into English and annotated by Marshall H. Saville. Scholar Select. Filter your search. Showing to of 1, results Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan Mexico.

Marshall H Saville. 08 Aug Hardback. US$ Add to basket. Experience and Nature. John Dewey. The first two volumes of the Society were distributed to members in Number one was the Narrative of Some Things of New Spain and of the Great City of Temestitan, Mexico, by the Anonymous Conqueror, a companion of Cortes, translated and annotated by Marshal H.

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by Marshall H. Saville (multiple formats at ) Filed under: Indian masks -- Mexico Masks of the Spirit: Image and Metaphor in Mesoamerica (Berkeley: University of California Press, ), by Roberta H. Markman and Peter T. Markman, contrib. by.