The Borgia Group is the designation given by scholars to a number of mostly pre-Columbian documents from central Mexico, first identified by Eduard Seler. They are distinguished by their religious content, while the pre-Columbian codices of the Mixtec group are principally historical. The place of origin and the linguistic identity of the creators of the codices have been subject to debate.
The main members of the Borgia Group are:
- The Codex Borgia, after which the group is named. The codex is itself named after Cardinal Stefano Borgia, who owned it before it was acquired by the Vatican Library.
- The Codex Cospi.
- The Codex Fejérváry-Mayer.
- The Codex Laud.
- The Codex Vaticanus B.
Also sometimes included are:
- Nowotny, Karl Anton (2005). Tlacuilolli: style and contents of the Mexican pictorial manuscripts with a catalog of the Borgia Group. George A. Everett, Jr. and Edward B. Sisson (trans. and eds.), with a foreword by Ferdinand Anders. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-3653-7. OCLC 56527102.
- Noguez, X; Lejarazu, M H; Paxton, M; Vela, E (August 2009). "Códices prehispánicos y coloniales tempranos" [Prehispanic and early colonial codices]. Arqueología Mexicana (in Spanish) (Edición especial,#31 ed.). México D.F.: Editorial Raíces, S.A. de C.V.: 24–44, 68–93. Archived from the original on 2014-07-14.
- GBonline | Borgia Group of Codices
- John Pohl's Mesoamerica — Borgia Group Codices
- Realms of the Sacred in Daily Life: Early Written Records of Mesoamerica — Borgia Group
- proper sequence of sections of codices in the Borgia group
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