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An Archaeological Evaluation of the Codice Xolotl

  • Jeffrey R. Parsons (a1)

Abstract

A recent settlement pattern survey in central Mexico offers a useful perspective from which to view the first part of an ethnohistoric document–the Codice Xolotl–which deals with the same area. Regional settlement patterns from the Early Postclassic period seem to correspond most reasonably with events depicted in the Codice. It is suggested that the first part of the Codice Xolotl is most useful to anthropologists when considered within a framework of relevant archaeological information.

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An Archaeological Evaluation of the Codice Xolotl

  • Jeffrey R. Parsons (a1)

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