Get this from a library! Introducción a la historia del derecho mexicano. [Guillermo Floris Margadant S]. xxvii, pages ; 26 cm. Other Titles: History of Mexican law. Introducción a la historia del derecho mexicano. Responsibility: Guillermo Floris Margadant S. : Introducción a la Historia del Derecho Mexicano ( ) by GUILLERMO FLORIS MARGADANT S. and a great selection of similar.
War and Society in Ancient Mesoamerica. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Actas y Estudios The History of the Indies of New Spain. Martin, Simon, and Nikolai Grube. Collection delivery service resumes on Wednesday 2 January The article includes a good bibliography. San Angel Ediciones, Vision and Revision in Maya Studies.
The original Nahuatl text and English translation are presented in parallel columns.
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Royal Judge and Christian Humanist, Chronicle of the Maya Kings and Introxuccion Please note that this bibliography is not exhaustive. Ceballos Novelo, Roque J. Of the many Spaniards who prepared accounts of the Aztec legal system, he was one of the very few who had prior legal training. El Derecho al Desarrollo Social. The author reorganizes Aztec law within an artificial framework of European law codes, and then compares each Aztec law with analogous provisions in modern Mexiicano law.
This textbook on Mexican legal history has an opening chapter on indigenous prehispanic law which covers the Olmecs, Aztecs and Maya. What allowed the Maya to survive, while most other Indian cultures succumbed, is the question that runs through the pages and threads the chapters of this classic work. Maya Society Under Colonial Rule: Law and the Transformation of Aztec Culture, This book is a compilation of Mexican decrees, legislation, and court decisions related to indigenous people for the time period from to Historia Sintetica del Derecho Maya.
Facts on File, Inc. University of Texas Press, The bibliography contains a wide range of sources. Land and Politics in the Valley of Mexico: This book introduccikn a study of the legal system in the modern Maya communities of Guatemala.
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The Conquest of Mexico: The Book of Chilam Balam of Chumayel. Translated and annotated by Alfred M. Cambridge University Press, La Historia del Derecho Indiano: Schele, Linda, and Peter Mathews.
This book discusses contemporary Maya law and jurisprudence, and includes a chapter on pre-Conquest law by Jose Israel Herrera entitled, “Algunas caracteristicas del derecho maya prehispanico. Mexico City Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia’s template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.
This book is one of the most thorough works on the Mayan legal system. The city of Tlaxcala received favored treatment from the Spaniards as a reward for helping overthrow derecuo Aztecs. Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people.