Lienzo de Coixtlahuaca

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Represents the territory of Coixtlahuaca in the second half of the sixteenth century. Currently, this town is now known as San Juan Bautista Coixtlahuaca and is located in northern Oaxaca. It is part of the Coixtlahuaca Group, composed of 13 pictorial related documents. It remained in the Palacio Municipal de Coixtlahuaca and disappeared during the Revolution. In 1918, an inhabitant of the region discovered in possession of a soldier. The Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia acquired it in 1941 and deposited in the Museo Regional de Oaxaca, where it was later moved to the Biblioteca Nacional de Antropologia e Historia in 1955. Took me a few hours to fully piece it since the INAH uploaded it in parts and posted the 32 of the 36 parts. On top of that, was disorganized or numerically wrong or upside down. After having many fail attempts doing the panoramic short cut, I had to do it manually. This is the best that I could do. [1]


  1. Translated by Samuel Tecpaocelotl Castillo