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Notes

  1. ^ Mesoamerican mythologies and creation myths in general suppose that there had been worlds previous to this one, which the gods had made and destroyed. The number of such previous worlds varies from tradition to tradition; a common conception among Late Postclassic central Mexican peoples held that there had been four rounds of creation previous to the current one. See Miller and Taube (1993, pp.68–71).
  2. ^ López Austin (1997, p.283 [18]); see also Ibid., p.54.
  3. ^ Miller and Taube (1993, p.160)
  4. ^ Boone (2007, p.269 n.7:58)
  5. ^ See Miller and Taube (1993, pp.100,160).
  6. ^ Alfredo López Austin (transl. by Ortiz de Montellano) : Tamoanchan, Tlalocan. University Press of Colorado, 1997. p. 113, Fig. 12k
  7. ^ Alfredo López Austin (transl. by Ortiz de Montellano) : Tamoanchan, Tlalocan. University Press of Colorado, 1997. p. 116
  8. ^ López Austin (1997, p.53)
  9. ^ Historia de los mexicanos por sus pinturas. In :- A. Ma. Garibay K. (ed.) : Teogonía e historia de los mexicanos. México : Editorial Porrúa, 1965. p. 106
  10. ^ Quotation from López Austin (1997, p.54), who cites Chimalpahin's Memorial breve acerca de la fundación de la ciudad de Culhuacan.
  11. ^ See López Austin (1997, p.55). See also Ibid., at p.283 [17].
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