Codex De Iztapalapa

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It was the story of of the region of Iztapalapa. Also known as Relacion de Iztapalapa. It is composed of eight folios bound to a book. Contains Nahuatl texts and images of characters, buildings, elements of the region, and the representation of five hills, among which the Huixachtecatzin, now known as Cerro de la Estrella. It was part of the collection of documents from Boturini Lorenzo and was lost for a while until it was delivered to the Museo Nacional in 1947, it is part of the group known as Techialoyan codices which houses the Biblioteca Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. [1]


  1. Translated by Samuel Tecpaocelotl Castillo