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KNIR Research Dialogue by Dr. Bérénice Gaillemin
Using different examples from books 10 and 11, respectively devoted to the “people” and to animals, plants, and stones of ancient Mexico, the lecture will explore how the codex’s encyclopedic content was collected using questionnaires and how the editorial process, including translations, summaries, and additions, shaped meaning. Particular attention will be paid to the role played by the painters (tlahcuilohqueh) who employed different strategies to visualize the collected data.

Oct 17, 2022 05:00 PM in Rome

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