Vetancurt's Nahuatl Primer
Keywords:Mexico, Augustin de Vetancurt, Aztecs, Nahuatl
AbstractDauster explores "Arte de lengua mexicana" (1673) of Father Augustin de Vetancurt, a systematic grammar of Nahuatl, the language spoken by the Aztecs, and related to those languages spoken across most of northern Mexico and a large part of the southwestern United States.
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