[Translation of the Nahuatl (right-hand column) by James Lockhart:]
with a kind of serpent head; and there were obsidian sandals.
The second set of things they went to give him were the appurtenances of Tezcatlipoca: a feather headpiece, covered with golden stars, and his golden bell earplugs; and a seashell necklace; the chest ornament, decorated with many small seashells, with its fringe made of them; and a sleeveless jacket, painted all over, with eyes on its border and teased feathers at the fringe; and a cloak with blue-green knots, called a tzitzilli, tied on the back by taking its corners, also with a mirror for the back over it, and another item, golden bells tied to the calves of the legs, and another item, white sandals.
Third was the outfit of the lord of Tlalocan: the heron-feather headdress full of quetzal feathers, entirely of quetzal feathers, like a blue-green sheet, and over it [a strip of] shells crossed with [a strip of] gold; and his green stone serpent earplugs; his sleeveless jacket sprinkled with green stone; his necklace was a plaited green stone neck band, also with a gold disk, also with a mirror for the back, as was said before, also with tzitzilli; the cape
[Translation of the Spanish (left-hand column) by James Lockhart:]
of precious stones that, when placed at the neck, covered the shoulders and the whole chest. They also took a large, round shield, embroidered with precious stones, with some golden bands that reached across its whole extent, from top to bottom, and other bands of pearls crossing over those of gold, from top to bottom over the whole extent; and in the spaces between these bands, which were like the mesh of a net, some little golden toads were placed. This shield had edgings below, and attached to the shield was a banner that projected from the handle, made of rich plumes. It also bore a large medallion made of mosaic work that they wore tied and girded at the small of the back. They also took some strings of precious stones, with some small golden bells interspersed among the stones, to be tied above the ankles. They also took a scepter, like a bishop's scepter, all covered with turquoise mosaic work, and the hook above was a head of a snake twisted or coiled. They also took some sandals like those the great lords are accustomed to wear.
Second, they also took the ornaments or accoutrements with which Tezcatlipoca was outfitted, which was a headpiece made of rich plumes hanging down behind nearly to the waist, all sprinkled with golden stars. They also took some golden earplugs, from which hung some