Books V-IX (1519-20) translated into English and edited, with introduction and notes, by Alfred Percival Maudslay, M.A., Hon. Professor of Archaeology, National Museum, Mexico, concerning the march to Mexico, the stay there, the expedition against Narvaez, the flight from Mexico, and the halt at Tepeaca. Together with the text descriptive of the maps and plans of the valley and city of Mexico, originally published separately in vol. 25 Follows on from Second Series 23, and continued in 30, and 40. This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1910.
Contents: Volume II: The march to Mexico; The stay in Mexico;The expedition against Narvaez; The flight from Mexico; The halt at Tepeaca; Appendices; Index. Volume III: Prefatory note; The Maguey plan; Mexican kings and chieftans; Map of the city and lake, Mexico, published in 1524; Ms. Map of the city and valley of Mexico by Alonso de Santa Cruz; Map of the Valley of Mexico about 1608 by Enrico MartÃnez; Plan de la ville de mexico by Chappe D'Auteroche
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