[Title page]

1648; 1601-1650
Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe standing on a crescent moon with a cactus, two kneeling angels, and crown. Behind her is the double-headed Hapsburg eagle and crossed keys.

A vision of the Virgin of Guadalupe, with native American features, appeared to Juan Diego, a native American, on a hill named Tepeyac near the site of a temple to the Aztec goddess Tonantzin (Mother of the People) in 1531. The cactus is the symbol of the Aztecs and marked the place where they built Tenochtitlan.
Part of
Sanchez, Miguel
Imagen de la Virgen Maria madre de Dios de Guadalupe, milagrosamente aparecida en la ciudad de Mexico ...
En Mexico; En la Imprenta de la Viuda de Bernardo Calderon. Vendese en su tienda en la calle de San Augustin.
BA648 S211i
1.0X 0.7X
13.3 cm. x 19.3 cm.

Looks like you're on a mobile device

To annotate, collaborate, and publish projects you need to switch to desktop.