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Web Gateways to Mesoamerican Art
Juan Eusebio Nieremberg, an early seventeenth-century Spanish Jesuit exegist, philosopher, and scholar, was a prolific writer in several fields. This is one of the earliest encyclopedic discussions of the flora and fauna of the New world. Note that many of the Nahuatl (Aztec) names for animals and plants are used in this book.
A major gateway to web-based resources on Latin America.
Performance y Censura en el Mexico Virreinal
A collection of texts, images, and music illustrating life in colonial Mexico.
A major gateway to sources of Latin American architecture.
Maya Society of Minnesota
Headquartered at Hamline University, the Society promotes study of ancient and modern Maya.
An enormous website devoted to an exploration of Mesoamerican cultures.
Exploring the Early Americas
The Library of Congress collection of over 3000 rare maps, documents, paintings, artifacts and prints.
Cultural Readings, Colonization and Print in the Americas
A University of Pennsylvania Library Exhibition of texts and images of colonization.
Smithsonian Collection Search Center
A one-stop center of Smithsonian images, videos, sound files and archives.
Art of the Americas
The museum is a part of the American Organization of States.
Maya Codices Database Project
.. focuses on the four remaining Maya hieroglyphic codices, the Dresden, Grolier, Madrid (or Tro-Cortesianus), and Paris codices. Data from the Madrid Codex are currently available through database searches.