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Codex Pages Explained
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Launched in 2014: In the right hand menu (‘Codex Pages Explained’) you’ll find an extra resource: a key/guide to interpreting the content of some ancient Mexican manuscript pages...
We recommend, for both teachers and students, the resource pages on Codices, Writing/Language, Paper, and more on the website of the NEH Summer Institute for School Teachers, Oaxaca 2015 website, link below (scroll down r/h menu...)
to be an Egyptian hieroglyphic book...
turning the pages of a dry, hard codex...
just by putting the brushes into their mouths...
than any other substance...
is a bit like studying the surface of the moon
compared to a Nahua song-poem...
- of bark paper making in San Pablito...
to reconstruct a Mesoamerican codex...
are revealed by non-invasive research tecniques...
songs, stories, rituals and myths...
that people want to keep...
in Europe to be of Chinese origin!
Nahuatl Study Day and Workshop...
Nahuatl Study Day...
has a sad tale to tell...