Doctrina christiana, traducida de la lengua castellana, en lengua zapoteca nexitza. Con otras addiciones utiles, y necessarias, para la educación catholica, y excitacion a la devocion christiana

Año de 1689
Leaves 130 and 131 misnumbered 230 and 231

Translated from: Doctrina christiana, con una exposicion breve, first published Burgos, 1591. Translated into Zapotec language first published Mexico, 1687

Preliminary licenses, etc. in Spanish, text of the Doctrina in Spanish and Zapotec in parallel columns

Woodcut image of the Virgin Mary, with text "Tota pulchra es Amica mea, et Macula non est in te," in ornamental border; head and tail-pieces (printer's ornaments)

Signatures: [par.]-3[par.]⁸ 4[par.]⁴ A⁸ [B]⁴(-B1?) C-G⁴/⁸ I⁴ J-2C⁴ 2D-2E⁸ 2F²
Local notes
John Carter Brown Library copy imperfect, lacking t.p. and leaf [8], first count; title and imprint transcribed from Medina. Early ms. notes on front and back end-papers. Loss of some text due to climate damage.Bound in contemporary calf

Provenance of John Carter Brown Library copy: Nicolás León : bookplate
0.8X ?
15 cm. (8vo)

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