AGUILERA, Carmen, CODICE DE HUAMANTLA, 64 p. iconography analysis, entire codex itself is in separate volume (hard cover) in full cover at full size. Such a lavish production was subsidized by the state government of Tlaxcala.


AGUILERA, C., LIENZO Y CODICE DE TEPETICPAC, 33 page iconography analysis, complete codex is in portfolio, full color.

complete color edition of the codex, lavishly published by the government of Tlaxcala, out of print, this particular codex is not available from ADEVA, Graz. We have only a single copy.


ALL FOUR MAYA CODICES IN COLOR, the Chiapas government edition, completely in color. Chiapas edition which was printed from the Adeva facsimiles!


BARLOW, Robert H., TLATELOLCO: RIVAL DE TENOCHTITLAN. 29 figs of codices and old maps, paperbound, 164 p.

BOTURINI, de, Lorenzo, Codice Baranda (Spanish Edition) . 20 drawings of codex pages, color fold out facsimile, 53 p. These are the only two copies we have been able to find.


GUERRERO, Raul F., HISTORIA GENERAL DE ARTE MEXICANO - EPOCA PREHISPANICA, (2 pocket sized volumes in Spanish), Vol.1: 79 B&W photos of art, codices, monuments, sites, 8 drawings. Vol. 2: 92 B&W photos, 14 drawings, Cloth-hardbound, total of 429 pages, for this set.

HILDSHEIM, Die Welt Der Maya , (in German), 264 color plates of precolombian artifacts with full page in depth analyses, descriptions and provenances, 14 articles in 284 pages w/175 beautiful color photographs of sites, stelae, codices, murals and artifacts. The authors of the articles are: Herbert Wilhelmy, Juan Antonio Valdes, Robert J. Sharer, Nicholas P. Dunning, Wolfgang W. Wurster, Oscar Quintana, Stephan D. Houston & David Stuart, David A. Freidel, Ted Leyenaar & Gerald W. van Bussel, Linda Schele, Nicholai Grube, T. Patrick Culbert, Diane & Arlene Chase, and Carolyn Tate. 636 p.

KNOROZOV, Yuri, Maya Hieroglyphic Codices , 429 p. of phonetic translations of the Maya codices from the Russian expert who first recognized how to use Bishop Landa's "alphabet" as a syllabic chart rather than a regular alphabet. An essential "bible" and dictionary for all who aspire to read Maya hieroglyphic writing. This was so popular it went into out of print status and is hard to find.


MARTINEZ-MARIN, Carlos (Presentation), Primer Coloquio de Documentos Pictograficos de Tradicion Nahuatl (Serie de cultura nahuatl. Monografias) (Spanish Edition) , 37 B&W photos of part of 8 codices (including Borgia & Borbonico) and more than 50 drawings codices and art., 280 p.


ROBICSEK, Francis, The Maya Book of the Dead The Ceramic Codex , hundreds and hundreds of Justin Kerr photographs of Maya vases, deities, iconography, decipherment of hieroglyphs especially Primary Standard Sequence, $200, used only.


VILLACORTA & VILLACORTA, CODICES MAYAS, the three main Maya codices (Paris, Madrid, and Dresden), in handsome line drawings. Most epigraphers use these drawings rather than the color facsimiles, since the details of the gods and glyphs are so much clearer. We have the actual Guatemalan printing, not a fuzzy reprint or fuzzy xerox (where it is hard to see the iconographic details). This book is long out of print, even in Guatemala.

New page format posted October 19, 2009