This compound glyph for the personal name Acamapichtli (and, in the reverential, Acamapichtzin) shows three canes or reeds (acatl), which are sometimes interpreted as carrizo in Spanish. The canes are gold in color and segmented. A right hand with a fist (mapichtli) is holding onto the canes. These reeds were used for making arrows, even though they are not arrows here.
Acamapichtli ("Fistful of Reeds"), a Tenochca, was the first ruler of Tenochtitlan, the Mexica capital. See Mexicolore for another image of him that has a similar glyph to this one. That image is from the Codex Azcatitlan.
rulers, gobernantes, cañas, carrizos, hands, manos, fists, puños
Acamapich(tli), a personal name, ruler, https://nahuatl.wired-humanities.org/content/acamapichtli
aca(tl), reed, cane, https://nahuatl.wired-humanities.org/content/acatl
mapich(tli), fist, https://nahuatl.wired-humanities.org/content/mapichtli
Caña-Puño, o un Puño de Cañas
Telleriano-Remensis Codex, folio 29 recto, MS Mexicain 385, Gallica digital collection, https://gallica.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/btv1b8458267s/f84.item.zoom
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