Pyramid of Sun, 2nd-3rd c. Teotihuacan, Mexico.   El Castillo, 10th-11th c. Chichén Itzá, Mexico.   Machu Picchu, 15th-16th c. Peru.   Saqsawamán, early 15th-
early 16th c. Cuzco, Peru.
Unku with Heraldry, 16th c. Private Collection, USA.   Trachtenbuch, 1529. Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg.   Kero with Inka Village and Planting Scenes,
late 16th c. Museo Inka.
  Description of the City and Province of Tlaxcala, ca. 1581-1584. Glasgow University Library.
Khipu, late 15th-early 17th c. Centro Mallqui.   Historia general del Piru,
ca. 1611-13. J. Paul Getty Museum.
  New Chronicle and Good Government, ca. 1615.
Royal Library, Copenhagen.
Theatrum orbis sive terrarum,
Atlas novus, vol. II,
1635. University of Chicago.
Zuni Pot, ca. 1680-1700.
School of American Research.

Codex Coyoacan, 17th c.
John Carter Brown Library.

  Decorative Sculpture with Olmec Mask, ca. 1720. Bayerische Verwaltung der staatlichen Schlösser, Gärten und Seen.   Don Marcos Chiquathopa,
early 18th c. Museo Inka.
Royal Botanical Expedition
of the Kingdom of New Granada,

ca. 1783. Biblioteca del Real Jardín Botaníco.
  Coatlicue, 1792. New York
Public Library.
  Narbona Expedition Pictograph, 19th c.
Canyon de Chelly, USA.
  Antiquities of Mexico, 1830-48. Fordham University Library
Voyage of Humboldt and Bonpland, 1810. British Library.   Dancer in Aztec costume, 2002. Mexico City.        
Copyright 2005, Dana Leibsohn and Barbara Mundy
Please credit as: Leibsohn, Dana, and Barbara Mundy, Vistas: Spanish American Visual Culture, 1520-1820., 2005.