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1Title:  The man who killed the deer.   
 Creator:  Waters, Frank | Sage Publications 
 Publication:  Chicago : Sage Books, 1942, 1942  
 Subjects:  Pueblo Indians -- Fiction

Collection:  The Rockefeller Archive Center 
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2Title:  The Oxford handbook of the Aztecs   
 Creator:  Nichols, Deborah L. | Rodríguez-Alegría, Enrique 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  xxix, 748 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs | Aztecs

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  The Aztecs of Mexico: selected papers   
 Creator:  Ortiz de Montellano, B. (Bernard). | Ortiz de Montellano, B. (Bernard). | Moriarty, James R. (James Robert). | Moriarty, James R. (James Robert). | Moriarty, James R. (James Robert). | McGowan, Charlotte. | Jaquith, James R. | Vincent, Joseph E. 
 Publication:  Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Colo, 1982. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographies. 
 Extent:  101 leaves : ill. ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs | Nahuatl language

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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4Title:  The Aztec image in Western thought   
 Creator:  Keen, Benjamin, 1913- 
 Publication:  Rutgers University Press, New Brunswick, N.J, [1971] 
 Notes:  Running title: The Aztecs in Western thought. Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  xviii, 667 p. illus. 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Historiography

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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5Title:  The fate of earthly things: Aztec gods and god-bodies   
 Creator:  Bassett, Molly H., 1980- 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (pages 253-267) and index. "Following their first contact in 1519, accounts of Aztecs identifying Spaniards as gods proliferated. But what exactly did the Aztecs mean by a "god" (teotl), and how could human beings become gods or take on godlike properties? This sophisticated, interdisciplinary study analyzes three concepts that are foundational to Aztec religion--teotl (god), teixiptla (localized embodiment of a god), and tlaquimilolli (sacred bundles containing precious objects)--to shed new light on the Aztec understanding of how spiritual beings take on form and agency in the material world. In The Fate of Earthly Things, Molly Bassett draws on ethnographic fieldwork, linguistic analyses, visual culture, and ritual studies to explore what ritual practices such as human sacrifice and the manufacture of deity embodiments (including humans who became gods), material effigies, and sacred bundles meant to the Aztecs. She analyzes the Aztec belief that wearing the flayed skin of a sacrificial victim during a sacred rite could transform a priest into an embodiment of a god or goddess, as well as how figurines and sacred bundles could become localized embodiments of gods. Without arguing for unbroken continuity between the Aztecs and modern speakers of Nahuatl, Bassett also describes contemporary rituals in which indigenous Mexicans who preserve costumbres (traditions) incorporate totiotzin (gods) made from paper into their daily lives. This research allows us to understand a religious imagination that found life in death and believed that deity embodiments became animate through the ritual binding of blood, skin, and bone"-- 
 Extent:  xii, 283 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Religion | Aztec gods | Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies | Aztec gods | Aztecs Religion | Aztecs Rites and ceremonies

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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6Title:  Tezcatlipoca: trickster and supreme deity   
 Creator:  Baquedano, Elizabeth 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (pages 197-230) and index. "Tezcatlipoca: Trickster and Supreme Deity brings archaeological evidence into the body of scholarship on "the lord of the smoking mirror," one of the most important Aztec deities. While iconographic and textual resources from sixteenth-century chroniclers and codices have contributed greatly to the understanding of Aztec religious beliefs and practices, contributors to this volume demonstrate the diverse ways material evidence expands on these traditional sources.The interlocking complexities of Tezcatlipoca's nature, multiple roles, and metaphorical attributes illustrate the extent to which his influence penetrated Aztec belief and social action across all levels of late Postclassic central Mexican culture. Tezcatlipoca examines the results of archaeological investigations--objects like obsidian mirrors, gold, bells, public stone monuments, and even a mosaic skull--and reveals new insights into the supreme deity of the Aztec pantheon and his role in Aztec culture"-- 
 Extent:  xi, 239 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Tezcatlipoca -- (Aztec deity) | Aztecs -- Religion | Aztec mythology | Aztec mythology | Aztecs Religion | Tezcatlipoca (Aztec deity)

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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7Title:  Aztec: the world of Moctezuma   
 Creator:  Day, Jane Stevenson. | Matos Moctezuma, Eduardo. | Denver Museum of Natural History 
 Publication:  Denver Museum of Natural History and Roberts Rinehart Publishers, Niwot, Colo, c1992. 
 Notes:  Published in conjunction with the exhibition, "Aztec : the world of Moctezuma," held at the Denver Museum of Natural History, Sept. 26, 1992 - Febr. 21, 1993. Includes bibliographical references (p. 86-87) and index. 
 Extent:  viii, 88 p. : col. ill. ; 26 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- History -- Exhibitions | Aztecs -- Social life and customs -- Exhibitions | Aztec mythology -- Exhibitions | Aztecs -- Religion -- Exhibitions

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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8Title:  Fray Diego Durán, una interpretación de la cosmovisión mexicana   
 Creator:  Máynez, Pilar, 1958- 
 Publication:  Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Escuela Nacional de Estudios Profesionales Acatlán, México, D.F, Naucalpan de Juárez, México, 1997. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. [357]-363). 
 Extent:  363 p. ; 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Religion | Aztec cosmology | Aztec gods | Durán, Diego, -- -1588? | Durán, Diego, -1588? | Aztec cosmology | Aztec gods | Aztecs Religion

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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9Title:  Menschenopfer bei den Azteken?: eine quellen- und ideologiekritische Studie   
 Creator:  Hassler, Peter. 
 Publication:  P. Lang, Bern, New York, c1992. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. 374-448) and index. 
 Extent:  vi, 456 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies | Aztec mythology | Aztecs -- Religion | Human sacrifice -- Mexico

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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10Title:  Aztec philosophy: understanding a world in motion   
 Creator:  Maffie, James 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. 
 Extent:  xiv, 592 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztec philosophy | Aztecs -- Folklore | Aztec philosophy | Aztecs | Folklore

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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11Title:  "Primeros memoriales" de fray Bernardino de Sahagún   
 Alt. Title:  Primeros memoriales Capítulo 1. Spanish & Aztec   
 Creator:  Bernardinode Sahagún, 1499-1590 | Jiménez Moreno, Wigberto, 1909- 
 Publication:  SEP, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia, Consejo de Historia, México, 1974. 
 Notes:  "En ocasión del XLI Congreso Internacional de Americanistas." Includes a paleographic version of chapter 1 of the Primeros memoriales as well as the same texts in Jiménez Moreno's orthography. Includes bibliographical references. 
 Extent:  73 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztec mythology | Aztecs -- Religion | Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies | Nahuatl language -- Texts

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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12Title:  On the lips of others: Moteuczoma's fame in Aztec monuments and rituals   
 Creator:  Hajovsky, Patrick Thomas, 1970- | Recovering Languages and Literacies of the Americas (Project) 
 Notes:  "Part of the Recovering Languages and Literacies of the Americas publication initiative, funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation"--Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references (pages 147-182) and index. An interdisciplinary study investigating how the name and portrait of Moteuczoma (a.k.a. Moctezuma/Montezuma) II were represented in Aztec monuments and colonial manuscripts and how the concept of fame operated in the Aztec world. 
 Extent:  xii, 194 pages, 8 unnumumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), maps ; 28 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztec art | Montezuma -- II, -- Emperor of Mexico, -- approximately 1480-1520 -- Portraits | Fame | Aztecs -- Kings and rulers | Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies | Montezuma II, Emperor of Mexico, approximately 1480-1520 | Aztec art | Aztecs Kings and rulers | Fame | Portraits

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13Title:  The Aztec Calendar Stone   
 Creator:  Villela, Khristaan. | Miller, Mary Ellen. 
 Publication:  Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, CA, c2010. 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (p. 303-321) and index. Analyzed by scholars, deployed by Mexican nationalists, beloved by the public, and reproduced in every medium and scale since its rediscovery in 1790, the Aztec Calendar Stone, or Piedra del Sol, has become the most recognizable Pre-Columbian monument. Commissioned by the Mexican emperor Motecuhzoma I in the last decades before the Spanish invasion of the New World and buried by the conquerors not long afterward, the Aztec Calendar Stone has had a far-reaching afterlife in the modern world.-publisher description. 
 Extent:  ix, 333 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 28 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztec calendar | Aztecs -- Antiquities | Aztec cosmology | Aztec sculpture | Inscriptions -- Mexico | Mexico -- Antiquities | Mexico City (Mexico) -- Antiquities

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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14Title:  The cost of courage in Aztec society: essays on Mesoamerican society and culture   
 Creator:  Clendinnen, Inga | Roger S. Baskes Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references and index. "A collection of pathbreaking essays on Aztec and Maya culture in the sixteenth century"--Provided by publisher. "Tenochitlan, the Aztec city, was the creation of war. The courage and stamina of its young fighting men was indisputable. In the title work of this pathbreaking collection of essays, Inga Clendinnen discusses why warfare was so central to Aztec society and the ways in which the Aztecs understood their relationship to the forces governing the world and the heavens. Aztec rhetoric and Aztec ritual were unified in the endeavor to sustain a social order sufficiently in harmony with the natural order. Subsequent essays examine the survival of Yucatec Maya culture under Spanish conquest, the role of "religion" in sixteenth-century Mexico, and Hernando Cortes and the conquest of Mexico."--Provided by publisher. 
 Extent:  216 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies | Aztecs -- Warfare -- Social aspects | Aztecs -- Religion | Violence -- Mexico -- History -- 16th century | Mayas -- Rites and ceremonies | Mexico -- History -- Conquest, 1519-1540

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15Title:  The Aztecs   
 Creator:  Raymond, George Lansing, 1839-1929 
 Publication:  Arena Pub. Co, Boston, 1894. 
 Notes:  Drama. Published also under title: The Aztec god. 
 Extent:  126 p. 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Drama

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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16Title:  Sacred consumption: food and ritual in Aztec art and culture   
 Creator:  Morán, ElizabethPh.D | Latin American and Caribbean Arts and Culture Publication Initiative 
 Notes:  "This book is a part of the Latin American and Caribbean arts and culture publication initiative funded by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon foundation."--Title page verso. Includes bibliographical references (pages 123-131) and index. "Aztec painted manuscripts and sculptural works, as well as indigenous and Spanish sixteenth-century texts, were filled with images of foodstuffs and food processing and consumption. Both gods and humans were depicted feasting, and food and eating clearly played a pervasive, integral role in Aztec rituals. Basic foods were transformed into sacred elements within particular rituals, while food in turn gave meaning to the ritual performance. This pioneering book offers the first integrated study of food and ritual in Aztec art. Elizabeth Morán asserts that while feasting and consumption are often seen as a secondary aspect of ritual performance, a close examination of images of food rites in Aztec ceremonies demonstrates that the presence--or, in some cases, the absence--of food in the rituals gave them significance. She traces the ritual use of food from the beginning of Aztec mythic history through contact with Europeans, demonstrating how food and ritual activity, the everyday and the sacred, blended in ceremonies that ranged from observances of births, marriages, and deaths to sacrificial offerings of human hearts and blood to feed the gods and maintain the cosmic order. Morán also briefly considers continuities in the use of pre-Hispanic foods in the daily life and ritual practices of contemporary Mexico. Bringing together two domains that have previously been studied in isolation, Sacred Consumption promises to be a foundational work in Mesoamerican studies." -- Publisher's description 
 Extent:  xii, 142 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Food | Food in art | Food -- Social aspects -- Mexico | Aztec art -- Themes, motives | Aztecs -- Social life and customs | Art, Mexican -- History

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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17Title:  The Aztecs   
 Creator:  Raymond, George Lansing, 1839-1929 
 Publication:  Arena Pub. Co, Boston, 1894. 
 Notes:  Drama. Published also under title: The Aztec god. 
 Extent:  126 p. ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Drama | CHR 1894

Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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18Title:  The complete illustrated history of the Aztec & Maya: the definitive chronicle of the ancient peoples of Central America & Mexico : including the Aztec, Maya, Olmec, Mixtec, Toltec & Zapotec   
 Creator:  Phillips, Charles, 1962- | Phillips, Charles, 1962- | Phillips, Charles, 1962- 
 Publication:  Hermes House, London, 2007. 
 Notes:  "Previously published in two separate volumes, The lost history of Aztec & Maya and The Aztec & Maya : life in an ancient civilization"--Colophon. Includes index. 
 Extent:  512 p. : ill., maps ; 31 cm. 
 Subjects:  Indians of Mexico -- Social life and customs | Indians of Central America -- Social life and customs | Mexico -- History -- To 1519 | Central America -- History -- To 1821 | Mexico -- Antiquities | Central America -- Antiquities | Mexico -- Civilization | Central America -- Civilization | Aztecs | Mayas

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19Title:  The Aztec chief   
 Creator:  Canavarro, Marie de S. | Caroline F. Schimmel Fiction Collection of Women in the American Wilderness (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Christopher Pub, Boston, c1931. 
 Extent:  130 p., [3] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Social life and customs -- Fiction | Aztecs -- First contact with Europeans -- Fiction | Aztecs -- Religion -- Fiction | Aztecs -- Rites and ceremonies -- Fiction | Aztec mythology -- Fiction | CHR 1931 | PRO Schimmel, Caroline F. (donor) (Schimmel Collection copy) | PRO Canavarro, Marie de S. (autograph) (Schimmel Collection copy) | PRO Christensen, Dr. (inscription) (Schimmel Collection copy) | Historical fiction

Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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20Title:  Polygamy and the rise and demise of the Aztec empire   
 Creator:  Hassig, Ross, 1945- 
 Notes:  Includes bibliographical references (pages 165-179) and index. 
 Extent:  xii, 186 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm 
 Subjects:  Aztecs -- Social life and customs | Indians of Mexico -- Social life and customs | Polygamy -- Political aspects -- Mexico -- History -- To 1500 | Aztecs Social life and customs | Indians of Mexico Social life and customs | Polygamy Political aspects | Mexico | History

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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