Index
Page numbers followed by f indicate a figure; those with t indicate a table.
Acamapichtli the younger, King, 111–12,
113f, 114, 127n25
Acatzingo and villages (Puebla) map, 214f,
221
Acosta, José de, 63–65
Acosta, Tomás de, 77n30
Adorno, Rolena, 165
agency of indigenous intellectuals, xiii, 1–3,
267–74; alternative literacy and, 261–66;
colegio education and, 62–63, 68–74,
77n31; by quilcaycamayocs, 245, 252–55
Ahuitzotl, King, 121, 122f
Alaperrine- Bouyer, Monique, 62, 73
Alarcón, Francisco de, 252
Albuquerque, Bernardo de, 85
alcaldes (magistrates, mayors), 26, 242, 250
alguaciles (bailiffs), 25, 26, 242, 250
alphabetic writing, 8–11; of indigenous lan-
guages, 9–11, 64, 88, 103n42, 108, 135,
148n7, 177–78; in Spanish, 4–5, 7, 9–11.
See also writing
alpha Crucis (Acrux), 206, 222. See also Crux
altepetl (ethnic state), 132, 148n3
Alva, Bartolomé de, 9, 39, 41f, 42, 53–56,
268–69; confessional guide by, 49–52,
54–55; forebears of, 39–42; as parish
priest, 48–49, 54–55; theatrical transla-
tions by, 51–53, 54, 59n40
Alva Cortés, Juan de, 56
Alva Ixtlilxochitl, Fernando de, 9, 41f, 42,
53–56, 108, 268–69; bureaucratic ap-
pointments of, 39, 43–45, 48; death of,
45; forebears of, 39–42, 53–54; histori-
cal works of, 43, 45–48, 53–54, 58n24
Alvarado Huanitzin, Diego de, 121, 122f,
123, 130n80
Alvarado Tezozomoc, Hernando de, 46,
108, 121, 122f
Álvarez, Bartolomé, 268
Amecameca (México) map, 212f, 220, 222
the Andes, xiii, 9–11, 21–35; alphabetic
writing in, 64, 177–78; bones and mum-
mies in, 198n6; centralized administra-
tion of, 10–11, 23, 34, 263; colonial
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