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- The Viceroyalty of New Spain (Spanish: Virreinato de Nueva España Spanish pronunciation: [βirejˈnato ðe ˈnweβa esˈpaɲa] (listen)) was an integral territorial...
- Perdón at the Metropolitan Cathedral. Juan Correa (1646-1716) was a Novohispanic painter active between 1676 and 1716. His painting covers topics both...
- and civil use. Level 2: Temporary exhibitions Level 3: European and Novohispanic Old Masters. Works of European artists such as the Cranachs, Tintoretto...
- The Museum of the City of Merida (Spanish: Museo de la Ciudad de Mérida) is located in Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico, and is home to a large amount of archeological...
- hummingbird and canary feathers. This style of painting, po****r during the Novohispanic era, integrates featherwork of pre-Hispanic origin with Christian iconography...
- 1906), Indian politician and lawyer Bartolomé de Alva (born 1590s), Novohispanic mestizo secular priest and Nahuatl translator Jeevaraj Alva (died 2001)...
- different medicinal herbs and plants. A variety of indigenous Nahua and Novohispanic written works survive from the conquest and later colonial periods that...
- Hernando (de) Alvarado Tezozómoc was a colonial Nahua noble. He was a son of Diego de Alvarado Huanitzin (governor of Tenochtitlan) and Francisca de Moctezuma...
- footballer, see Miguel Sánchez Rincón. Miguel Sánchez (1594–1674) was a Novohispanic priest, writer and theologian. He is most renowned as the author of the...
- (born 1943), cofounder of the Cali cartel Miguel Sánchez (1594–1674), novohispanic priest, writer and theologician Miguel de Unamuno (1864–1936), Spanish...
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