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Mexican Digital Archives: Pre-Hispanic Heritage

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Treasures. Mexico's past through documents

Learning more about how our ancestors lived is very rewarding and brings us a little closer to past generations.

Until recently, there has been little information available on the dates and documentation of the pre-Hispanic era in Latin America. However, we have good news for those who are interested in this area of research: Mexico has created a digital library, Biblioteca Digital Mexicana where you can search and analyze various documents.

The documents available range from the years 500 to 1949. And you can research ancient manuscripts like: Chavero de Huejotzingo, Colombino, Huamantla, Siguenza y Matrícula de tributos, Teachialoyan de Cuajimalpa and la serie del Marquesado del Valle.

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  1. This is wonderful and so useful while in editing my books.

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