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A ﬁr tree idol named One Flint that they carried brought them here. When they arrived here at Mexico, some [others] were already settled391 along the shore, which was reedy, grassy. It was possessed by many people. And also they ﬁnished crossing this way; they did not settle at one place. [Instead] they crossed over this way, 28 Chapter Five 29 Recto, Ms. Folio 11 yntlan omo tlalíque, o hualpano[que yhuan om]o-cehuíco392 yancuícan chalcohuíc ate[nco, . . nel tentzone. Yxhuítzaltic, ycpac qui manilia ya Yni cua eca huil.
Occa:n quin niman ce: mi:ntli, in micni:uh in o:mozazalocah na:hua:llo:tica. Quiman,606 o:quitla:z in i:pan in te:ya:o:hua:n. Ihcua:c in o:quiqui:ztiqui:zqueh in oc cequi mi:ntli catca teo:pan. Chicahuac motlazato i:npan in Huexo:tzinca miec tla:catl. Tla:lpan quite:pe:huaya. Ini:c niman o:me:hua-tequeh ce: mixa:yahuitl tliliuhqui ca ahhuel in monohmahittaia. Ahmo: o:mone:xtiaya. Ini:c moce:panmihmictiqueh in te:ya:o:hua:n. In ahmo: mah o:quimatia ac quimi:ctiaya i:pampa, his prayer, his villainous god emerged with his command: the sacred chalice with the milk would enthrall and vitalize them.
Cayehuatzin . ynan yoltlapaltiquê, chichimecâ; no Ynicuac an qui mochihuíLízque yna mo nahualotzín. ma camo ytla necocolí, xicmolna míquilican, ýtla co-pahuíc YnTepaneca, Ynque na mí onan qui mo-chi huilique, ynicuac ý huey Yaoyotl. Poyauhtlá-chalco atitlan,— zan necayahua:liztica. Yetozqueh [zquia . . . . . . ]queh, ahmo: tlein quilnamiquizqueh. [Ahmo: quihui:caz]queh i:nitzcuahuitl, i:nitztemaytl, ahmo: tla[co:panhui:ctz] nco. Cah ye ini:n i:ntlana:huatilli amechhua:lmotitlanilia, ini:c mela:huac amoyo:llotzin cen yetoz, ca yehua:tzin noceh in i:ma:cehualhua:n.