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, Span. México or Méjico , officially United Mexican States, republic (2005 est. pop. 106,203,000), 753,665 sq mi (1,952,500 sq km), S North America.
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Also, see Nicole von Germeten, "Routes to Respectability," in Local Religion in Colonial Mexico, ed.
While Indigenous Miracles does not adequately examine the complexity of local contexts, when combined with the more focused, ethnolinguistic work of Megged, it illustrates a productive window into the lives of the native peoples who molded the history of colonial Mexico.
African-indigenous families were not limited to the rural areas of colonial Mexico.
Engagingly written, the volume is divided into three histories; describing how the Bois de Boulogne and other parks in Paris were showplaces for the city's elite during the Second Empire, the uses of Aztec aqueducts and ruins to create estates and parks in colonial Mexico, and the Romantic associations of Central Park in New York City.
Patrons, Partisans, and Palace Intrigues: The Court Society of Colonial Mexico, 1702-1710 is a scholarly reconstruction of the social networks and intrigues in the court of Viceroy Duke of Alburquerque (1702-1710).
The nation of Spain was created out of this evangelization and this point must be recognized to understand the political roles the Christian missionaries were allowed in developing Colonial Mexico.
Kirk's ambitious study, Convent Life in Colonial Mexico.
Other works, including the shields worn by nuns (escudos de monjas) in colonial Mexico, were painted by some of the best artists of the time.
The brochure continues, 'Guests are admitted to a lush, tiled courtyard straight out of colonial Mexico, a place where it's easy to picture a duel for your honour on the balustrade or a senorita beckoning from beyond the burbling fountain.
Organized by Donna Pierce, curator of Spanish colonial art at the Denver Art Museum, the show features an assemblage of outstanding paintings, featherwork, and screens, which documents the kaleidoscope of life in colonial Mexico.
Tree-ring data suggest that the 16th-century cocoliztli epidemics occurred during extreme drought conditions, which may have contributed to the staggering demographic collapse of early colonial Mexico.

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