A digital restoration of the Lienzo de Quauhquechollan, an important 16th-c Guatemalan text depicting the Spanish conquest. The site provides historical context, annotation of the text, and a glossary of images.
Vistas brings the visual culture of Spanish America online, offering a unique collection of paintings, sculptures, architectural monuments and objects from daily life. Resources include a gallery, bibliography, timeline, and glossary. Teaching materials are also provided.
The Codex Mendoza was created under the orders of Viceroy Antonio de Mendoza to evoke an economic, political, and social panorama of the recently conquered lands. It was made in 1542 and since 1659 it has been in the collection of the Bodleian Library. This digital edition of the Codex Mendoza represents the first attempt to create a digital resource that permits in-depth study of a Mexican codex.
The goal of the Project on the Engraved Sources of Spanish Colonial Art (PESSCA) is to document the effect of European prints on Spanish Colonial Art. To reach its goal, PESSCA has been pairing colonial works of art with their engraved prototypes and posting them online. As of now, PESSCA has gathered more than 5000 such pairings.
A database of 38,000+ links to freely accessible electronic texts and digitized photographic reproductions of Neo-Latin works, dating from late fifteenth century to present, organized by author/commentator and title. Searchable