Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Quotes from _The Flower and the Scorpion_ #24

"The Nahuas [sic] viewed tlacuilos [painters, writers, and scribes] as reflective artists. Before the Spanish conquest, Nahuas wrote texts in the form of various types of images painted on paper made from the bark of a tree or the hide of a deer, or on stone edifices."

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