Campbell, R. Joe
campbel at indiana.edu
Tue Oct 12 04:18:38 UTC 2010
David, Henry, Carmen, and Michael,
I have appreciated your comments and I am sure that I will benefit
Here are some locations for "oyohualli" in the Florentine.
1. yehhua *coyoalle*..
It is lord of the night's half-way point (b.2 f.14 p.238).
2. oc *oyoalle*.
he who still has the bells (b.2 f.14 p.231).
3. auh in oittoc cenca tlacahuacac, iuhquin *oyoalli* ommoma..
and when it was seen, there was much shouting; like [the
rattle of] shells it spread about. (b.8 f.1 p.18).
4. tzitzile, *oyohuale*,.
he had bells and shells. (b.1 f.2 p.44).
5. tzitzile, *oyohualle*..
he wore bells, he wore shells. (b.1 f.1 p.2).
6. mochi teocuitlatl in coyolli, mitoa *oyohualli*:.
all gold were the bells, called oyoalli. (b.2 f.3 p.69).
7. *oyohualli* contlalitiuh,.
he went fastening [golden] bells [to his legs]. (b.2 f.3
8. inin coyolli mitoaya *oyohualli*,.
these little bells were called oyoualli. (b.3 f.1 p.3).
9. tzatzihua: *oyohualli* moteca,.
here was shouting everywhere. (b.7 f.1 p.2).
10. iuhquin *oyohualli* ommoman..
it was as if [the din of] shell rattles was overspread.
(b.12 f.1 p.2).
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