Talk:Ramírez Codex

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Change of linked text[edit]

I've replaced the previous link given here to the "Olmos" version translation (at the "Mexico Uprising" site), with a link to the original edited version by Christensen at the FAMSI site. It seems that the Mexico Uprising site has simply copied the entire reproduction provided by the FAMSI site, complete with Christensen's annotations and comments. While the actual text of the eng. translation itself is Public Domain (pub. 1883), Christensen's annotations are not, and it seems dubious of the M.U. site to have lifted it in entirety. Also, the hyperlinked notes to the text don't work at the M.U. site.--cjllw | TALK 05:11, 31 July 2006 (UTC)

Good catch. Thank you, CJLL. 14:18, 31 July 2006 (UTC)