A page from the Dresden Maya Manuscript The Dresden Codex is held in the Sachsische Landesbibliothek the state library in Dresden Germany It is the finest surviving example of works of Mayan literature written on paper made from bark Many existed at the time of the Spanish conquest of Mexico and Central America but the vast majority were destroyed by the Spaniards A print from The Worlds History A Survey of Mans Record by Dr HF Helmolt Volume I William Heinemann London
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