New Nahuatl Website

jbierhorst at jbierhorst at
Thu Jan 7 10:59:02 UTC 2010

       In December 2009 the University of Texas Libraries and the 
University of Texas Press launched a website to go with the publication of Ballads of 
the Lords of New Spain: The Codex Romances de los Senores de la Nueva Espana
 (June 2009).  The address is or simply, and it 
is free to the public.
       The website has the Ballads in it entirety, with these additional 
features: a photofacsimile of the manuscript folio by folio, a normative 
transcription (searchable), audio of the drum cadences, images from related 
codices, a map showing the "geography" of the Romances, and "pop-ups" from the 
Commentary so that these may be read together with the English translation.
       Also included: Cantares Mexicanos: Songs of the Aztecs in its 
entirety (with corrections), A Nahuatl-English Dictionary and Concordance to the 
Cantares Mexicanos (with corrections) -- courtesy of Stanford University 
Press -- an essay on corpus linguistics as it relates to the Romances/Cantares, 
and links to other Nahuatl websites. </HTML>
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