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Most of the book is taken up by the introduction, which denounces Spanish mistreatment of indigenous people. Structure and Strategy in a Legal Context”; and S.
Daily Life in the Maya Civilization.
Bibliography – Exhibit – Aztec and Maya Law – Tarlton Law Library at Tarlton Law Library
Siglos I al XIX. The Aztecs of Central Mexico: From the Olmecs to the Aztecs. He is also one of the best sources on pre-conquest Aztec law. Martin, Simon, and Nikolai Grube. War and Society in Ancient Mesoamerica. National Library of Australia.
You can view this on the NLA website. Most entries in this series include annotations and commentary. This book is a study of the legal system in the modern Maya communities of Guatemala.
What allowed the Maya to survive, while most other Indian cultures succumbed, is the question that runs through the pages and threads the chapters of this classic work. Translated and edited by Anthony Pagden. Translated and edited by Nigel Griffin. Thames and Hudson, Sandoval Pardo, Fernando R.
Mqrgadant y Navarrete, Mercedes. At the end, the reader not only knows what is in any given manuscript, according to Boone’s reading, but also how to find one’s own way through a manuscript. The article includes a good bibliography. A Commentary on the Dresden Codex. Stories in Red and Black: Translated by William Gates.
Actos y Estudios San Angel Ediciones, Chronicle of the Maya Kings and Queens: University of Texas Press, University of Oklahoma Press, — These laws, also referred to as the Leyes Nuevas ofwere created to protect indigenous people from abuses that were occuring as a result of the encomienda system of land ownership that was imposed by the Spaniards following the conquest see Stevens book below for English translation.
Law and the Transformation of Aztec Culture, Handbook to Life in the Aztec World. Consists of 71 folios depicting Aztec conquests, tribute lists, and ethnographic data.
Carmona Lara defines the concept of indigenous law and reviews Mexican legal scholarship on this subject from colonial times to the present. An introduction to the history of Mexican law.
Oceana Publications ; Libros Ocotepec. The Collective Enterprise of Survival. The edition of this book was translated into English introfuccion Margadant S. Estudios de Historia del Derecho Indiano. Translated and annotated by Alfred M. San Ildefonso, Mexico, D. University of California Press, This article looks at the depiction of indigenous legal systems in the Spanish theatre of the late 18th-early 19th centuries, and discusses how these depictions served either to justify the Inroduccion conquest, or as a commentary on contemporary European society.
Cervantes de Salazar, Francisco.