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Written by Fray Bernardino de SahagÃºn, this work was based on interviews with Aztec elders who survived the Conquest, and consists of detailed details about Aztec every day life, service provider and artisan business practices, and the governance of the Aztec empire. Because this codex supplies a comparatively pro-Aztec viewpoint of the Conquest, it was suppressed for 300 years through the Spanish inquisition. The Codex Mendoza, which was commissioned within the 1540s by a Spanish viceroy, is also an necessary useful resource as a result of it covers the historical past of Tenochtitlan, has detailed tribute information, and includes a discussion of Aztec regulation and punishments. The Libro de Oro Codex (the Codex IxtlilxÃ³chitl) was written by Fray Fernando de Alva CortÃ©s IxtlilxÃ³chitl and …