A manuscript that includes a map of properties in Tenochtitlan-Tlatelolco copied from an ancient original. Included also are historical drawings and texts regarding land and fishing rights dating from about 1430 and reaffirmed by Cuauhtemoc in 1523. There is also a migration map that traces the history of the Aztecs to the rule of Itzcóatl. With the aid of the king of Tlatelolco, Itzcóatl defeated Moxtla, king of Atzcapotzalco, thus laying the foundations for the Aztec empire. The history was recorded to the time of Moctezuma (Xocoyotl) and his nephew Quauhtemotzin (Cuauhtémoc) who are depicted facing various sub-chiefs.