Arte para aprender la lengua mexicana ... : Mexico, [1547?-1563?].

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Arte para aprender la lengua mexicana ... : Mexico, [1547?-1563?].

A collection of copies, including an incomplete Spanish grammar of the Náhuatl language (1547?); a Náhuatl treatise (1563?) on the Ten Commandments, designed for Indian neophytes and containing a Spanish prologue which refers to the author's earlier work on the subject; a Náhuatl treatise and dialogue (1563) on preparation for the Sacrament of the Eucharist, also with a prologue mentioning an earlier, similar work; a monologue in Náhuatl, representing spiritual advice from an Indian father to his son; and two pages in Spanish containing a cosmographical chart with Spanish explanations.

Originals : 182 p. ; 22 cm.Copies : partial microfilm reel (94 exposures) : negative (Rich. 403:8) and positive.

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