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Land and Politics in the Valley of Mexico: This article is a study of marriage in Aztec law as a legal and religious institution. Archaeology of the American Indian. Trade, Tribute, and Transportation: Intrroduccion of Oklahoma Press, — It contains annotated references to published reproductions of 61 Mesoamerican codices and is available online. This is a reprint of a book first published in London in This book is one of the most thorough works on the Mayan legal system. Oxford University Press, A Study of the Ancient Nahuatl Mind.

Gayosso y Navarrete, Mercedes. Mexico City Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia’s template documentation for further citation fields that may be required. How do I find a book? Cioffi-Revilla, Claudio, and Todd Landman.


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Please note that this bibliography is not exhaustive. Edited and translated by Arthur J.

Instituto Internacional de Historia del Derecho Indiano – Members of this Institute meet approximately every two to three years to discuss the latest research concerning Latin American indigenous legal history.

Dle Untold Story of the Ancient Maya. Sources for Illustrations Aubin, J. The following sources were consulted in the preparation of this bibliography: Anderson and Charles E. Most entries in this series include annotations and commentary. This textbook on Mexican legal history has an opening chapter on indigenous prehispanic law which covers the Olmecs, Aztecs and Maya.

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.

Ka, Elizabeth Hill, ed. Early in the conquest of the New World, the missionaries decided that indigenous people would become much better Christians without the bad example of the Spanish settlers. Borah describes the failure of the Spanish government’s effort to preserve native legal customs, and the consequences of this failure in terms of disruption of the Indian social order and the flood of litigation by Indians in the Spanish courts.

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This important compilation contains legislation, royal orders, and derechi court decisions from colonial Mexico.

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The city of Tlaxcala received favored treatment from the Spaniards as a reward for helping overthrow the Aztecs. This article looks at dfrecho 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 Spanish conquest, or as a commentary on contemporary European society.

Introduccion a la historia del derecho mexicano, 4th ed. Actas y Estudios Includes bibliographical references and index. Catalogue Persistent Identifier https: Siglos I al XIX. The Leyes de Burgos applied to the Caribbean region and therefore are not included in this bibliography.