Grammar of the Mexican Language
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Grammar of the Mexican Language

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The primary native language of central Mexico before and after the Spanish conquest, Nahuatl was used from the mid-sixteenth century forward in an astounding array of alphabetic written documents. James Lockhart, an eminent historian of early Latin America, is the leading interpreter of Nahuatl texts. One of his main tools of instruction has been Horacio Carochi's monument...more
Hardcover, 544 pages
Published July 1st 2002 by Stanford University Press (first published 1645)
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