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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by Paul K tagged mesoamerica

Solid black renderings of traditional tribal pictograms and anthropomorphic chimeric Gods. These are line drawing facsimiles of indigenous artworks and not the original glyphs / icons.

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Codex Dresden is the most complete of the Maya codices with detailed divinatory, astronomical and calendar data as well as god-glyphs and the usual array of devil-come-skeleton and animal pictographs. This book is a new upload to the web and is one of the most important reference works for Maya culture.

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Pre-Columbian Aztec manuscript from Veracruz in Mexico. It is a cosmos calendar/map type manuscript with the usual animal/zombie/transformer glyphs we all know and love so well.

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Alphabet, bestiary, calligraphy, decorative initials, astrology, magick, volvelle and Aztec details and manuscript pages from a very large and new repository at Oxford University. The site has more than 8000 manuscript images. BIG.

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Coloured lithographs from an 1851 in depth study of the architecture, religion, art and relics of the ancient peoples of Peru. 'Antig├╝edades Peruanas' (by Rivero and Tschudi) presents all types of mummified corpses, idols, whistling bottles and relics.

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Colourful watercolour pictographs of pre-conquest Aztec ceremonies, people, calendars, mythology etc from a 1585 manuscript by Jean de Tovar, a Jesuit Mexican ethnohistorian. Comes from an outstanding Brown University Early Americas image site.

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Multi: Valencia: illuminated letters; Andalusian scenic prints; Aztec sunstone manuscript; 'Pope Manuscripts'; The Nonist original art prints; modern etchings; geo surveys x 2; 1940s Lebanese medical posters; alchemy/Khunrath; german castle + more...

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Exquisite, eccentric ink drawings of rulers/Gods/subjects of the Mayan civilization at Palenque in southern Mexico --- these are the original european expedition drawings from 1784.

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Manuscript from early 17th century Peru by Guaman Poma seeking the Spanish King's intercession to change the ways of the cruel colonial administrators. Ink drawings of devils/beatings/native population dress and customs.

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Multi: Calligraphy, holocaust etching, Portuguese mags, 3 odd maps, 19th cent. panorama view Moscow, S.F. poetry art book 1893, magnolia watercolour, Spanish adverts, dervish dance, etchings, Mexican Toltec calendar, lunar/solar eclipse table 17th cent.

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