C^imal-popoka

p. 26 the 5 suns

Cod. C^im.

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sun : "4 __"

event

2:24-26

1st

Water

"people turned into dragonfly nymphs"

2:27-33

2nd

Leopard

"the sky collapsed then ... It happened at midday. ... And giants ... their greeting [addressed to the sky?] was "Donít fall!""

2:34-38

3rd

Rain

"gravel rained down. ... the gravel we find was strewn at this time. Also the lava stone boiled. And the various rocks that are red were deposited then."

2:39-41

4th

Wind

"people were blown away [upward into the trees?], people were turned into monkeys."

2:42-45

5th

Movement

"there will be earthquakes in its time, and famine ..."

p. 27 C^ic^imek

Cod. C^im.

legend

name

3:16-19

at the behest of the woman [goddess] Its-papalotl, they made :-

ruler : Waktli

at place : Nekuameyokan

3:25-26

at behest of the same, they set 3 to guard S^iu-tekutli :-

Tospan

Iwitl

S^iu-nel

3:29-

the 4 captains [gods] under the ruler

Mis^-koatl

S^iu-nel

Mimic^

Kwawikol

the 5 further men [gods]

Itstlakoliuki

Nekwametl

Amimitl

Ikewak

Nawakan

the 6 women [goddesses]

Koatl

Miawatl

Koa-kweye

Yao-siwatl

C^ic^imeka-siwatl

Tlakoc^kwe

John Bierhorst (tr.) : History and Mythology of the Aztecs : the Codex Chimalpopoca. U of AZ Pr, Tucson, 1992.