On the banks of the Atoyac river they found some giants who lived in those regions, more as beasts than as thinking men. Their food was the raw flesh of the birds and wild animals that they hunted without any distinction, the wild fruits and vegetables , because they cultivated nothing; but they knew how to extract the pulque drink from the maguey plant, with which they would get drunk, They went about totally naked, their hair loose and disheveled, and even though for the hunting of fowl they used the bow and arrow, for other prey they more frequently relied on their own swiftness and strength, taking advantage of that and their large build to follow and catch the beasts, then fight with them, and for this purpose they used large sticks, branches of trees that they would break off with as much ease as we could remove the leaves. Finally they were fierce, cruel, and proud; but even so, they peacefully received the strangers, perhaps fearful of their large number, they being so few, and showing magnanimity and generosity, they gave them permission to inhabit their lands. The newcomers started to do so , but always looking on the giants with terror and fear. The giants knew this , and it made them more insultant, and priding themselves on being lords and owners of the land, they believed they were doing the others a great favor in allowing them to settle, in recompense for which they tried to force them to serve them as slaves, bringing them food and drink in abundance , such that they no longer thought of going hunting or fishing, gathering fruits or vegetables, but rather their guests had to bring them everything, and in great abundance ; otherwise they would mistreat them and punish them cruelly, and so the new settlers lived in a very hard oppression and servitude.
This wasn't the worst, but with the giants being totally without any women, even before the arrival of these nations, they had given themselves up with wild abandon to the sin of sodomy, and although these people took women with them, those barbarians never sought after them, no matter how much the men offered the women to them and delivered up their own wives and daughters in order to free themselves from harm. They were bothered so much by this , and by the oppression that they were suffering, that by decree of their chiefs and main lords they resolved to get rid of the giants once and for all. For this they prepared an abundant and splendid banquet which all attended, and having eaten and drink incredibly, everyone so drunk that they were just like logs spread out on the floor, they put an end to all of them in one day, ending up free from slavery and lords of the land. The year in which this event happened is indicated by them with the hieroglyph of the rabbit in the number one, which according to my calculation was in the year 3979 of the world.