Notes

1 Smith 1994, 122-123.

2 Caso 1964, 61. Jansen and Pérez Jimenéz proposed renaming this document the Codex Sicuañe in 2000 (Jansen and Pérez Jimenéz 2000, 5) and the Codex Añute in 2004 (Jansen and Pérez Jimenéz 2004, 268).

3 The four-part division of Añute ‘s dynastic history is based on that proposed by Alfonso Caso (1964). Critiques of this dynastic division can be found in Dennis 1994, 259-261; and Hamann 1998. We retain the four-part division in homage to Caso’s important early work.

4 Smith 1994, 121-122. See also Jansen and Pérez Jiménez 2007 for an alternative interpretation.

5 Chance 1986, 180-184; Terraciano 2001.

6 Tedlock 1996, 56.

7 Tedlock 1996, 63.

8 Tedlock 1996, 63, 198.

9 Jiménez-Moreno and Mateos Higuera 1940.

10 Smith 1973, 122-147.

11 León 1933.

12 Terraciano 1994, 107.

13 Smith 1994, 115-118.