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    • Title: Codex Mendoza, the Mexican manuscript known as the Collection of Mendoza and preserved in the Bodleian library, Oxford
      • Description: 3 v. XIV pl. (incl. front., ports., plan; part col.) 35 cm.
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: London, Waterlow & Sons, Limited, 1938.
      • Date: 1938
      • Call Number: F1219.3 C64 C64
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