Virtual "Cronica Mexicana"

INAH has announced the creation of a virtual edition of two of the manuscript copies of Hernando de Alvarado Tezozomoc's "Cronica mexicana," in conjunction with the University of Senchu, in Japan.  The web site will be unveiled on August 15.

 

A detailed announcement and explanation appears on the INAH web site:

https://www.inah.gob.mx/boletines/8380-la-cronica-mexicana-de-hernando-de-alvarado-tezozomoc-en-plataforma-virtual

CFP: Northeastern Group of Nahuatl Scholars, May, 2020 Meeting

The Northeastern Group of Nahuatl Scholars has announced the dates for the May 2019 meeting.  Please save the following dates: Friday, May 10 (noon) through Sunday, May 12.  Unlike previous years when meetings were held at Yale University, the 2019 meeting will be held on the campus of the University at Albany (SUNY).  The deadline for proposals will be April 1, 2019.  Successful proposals will be approved on a rolling basis, as space is available.  

 

REPLY: Question/Request regarding Nahua mathematics

From: "Campbell, R. Joe" <campbel@indiana.edu>
Subject: Re: H-Nahuatl : Question/Request regarding Nahua mathematics
Date: Thu, 3 Jan 2019 22:08:56 +0000



   When I looked at Chuck Lindsey's word, my first reaction was that

it was probably a misprint.  That was because reduplications don't

repeat anything after the vowel portion of the syllable.  It turns

out that that generalization stands up -- in spite of the occurrence

of "...tzintzin...".  Andrews points out (p. 296 [at least]) that

"piltzin" is lexicalized and embedded in "-tzin", so "-tzintzin"

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