The codex is stylistically uniform, leading Coe and Kerr to suggest that it was the work of a single scribe. "El Códice Tro-Cortesiano de Madrid en el contexto de la tradición escrita Maya" [The Tro-Cortesianus Codex of Madrid in the context of the Maya writing tradition] García Sáiz, Concepción; Félix Jiménez; Araceli Sánchez Garrido; Salvador Rovira (2010). Noguez, Xavier; Manuel Hermann Lejarazu; Merideth Paxton; Henrique Vela (August 2009). Arqueología Mexicana: Códices prehispánicos y coloniales tempranos – Catálogo (in Spanish).
Closer analysis of glyphic elements suggests that a number of scribes were involved in its production, perhaps as many as eight or nine, who produced consecutive sections of the manuscript. Museo de América: Guía Breve [Museum of the Americas: Short Guide] (in Spanish).
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The Madrid Codex is held by the Museo de América in Madrid and is considered to be the most important piece in its collection.
Belgian media reported that the suspected ringleader of the attack, Moroccan imam Abdelbaki Es Satty, spent at least three months in the country.
The mayor of Vilvoorde, once a notorious jihadi hub, confirmed Es Satty lived in the city from January to March 2016 – the month that saw Isis’ attacks launched in nearby Brussels – but the Belgian immigration minister said he was not registered with authorities.
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Friends and relatives said the plotters, including a waiter and extreme sports instructor, appeared to lead normal lives until they started attending Es Satty’s sermons. I don't trust anybody now." Leaders of Es Satty's former mosque denounced the terror attacks, but denied the preacher was anything other than "a normal imam".
Members of the local Muslim community gather along with relatives of young men believed responsible for the attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils to denounce terrorism and show their grief in Ripoll, north of Barcelona, Spain The imam believed to be the ringleader of the Spain attackers had links with the 2004 Madrid bombers and recently travelled to Belgium, it has emerged.
Investigators are piecing together the background of Isis supporters who launched two deadly attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils as the driver of the van used to kill 13 people remains at large.
It takes its name from Juan Tro y Ortolano, its original owner. "The relationship between early colonial Maya New Year's ceremonies and some almanacs in the Madrid Codex".
The remaining 42 pages were originally known as the Cortesianus Codex, and include pages 1–21 and 57–77.