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The Guajxaquip Bats, an Indian Ceremony of Guatemala

Antonio

The Guajxaquip Bats, an Indian Ceremony of Guatemala

by Antonio

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Published by La Tienda El Quetzal .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11405883M
ISBN 100913129232
ISBN 109780913129234


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The Guajxaquip Bats, an Indian Ceremony of Guatemala by Antonio Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Guajxaquip Bats. An Indian Ceremony of Guatemala Paperback – January 1, See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsManufacturer: Centro Editorial. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Goubaud Carrera.

Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "A lecture delivered in Spanish at the Sociedad de geografía e historia de Guatemala on May 3rd, and published in the quarterly of this institution: 'Anales de la Sociedad de geografía e historia de Guatemala', vol.

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Instituto Politécnico Nacional, México, D.F. / Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Mérida. Indian GUATEMALA, THE CAPITAL 17 gardeners were forever setting out new plants in rich brown beds, and vines rioted in blossom over pergolas. Blond babies played there, watched by barefooted Indian nurses, and schoolchildren in uniform passed with satchels of books.

Many older people strolled through or lingered to read a paper or get a. Museo Ixchel, Guatemala Ciudad Aguilar, Francisco History of the foundation of the town of Chamiquin.

Translated from the Spanish by Lawrence H. Feldman, including an Account of the Province of Verapaz, in Guatemala, and of the indian settlements or pueblos established therein by Alonso de Escobar. pp., 11 maps, 8 b/w photographs, paper 5/5(1).

Year Book of the Carnegie Institution of Washington. Washington, n° i"I (), P- historia de Guatemala, el 25 de julio de Anales de la Sociedad de geografia. e historia de Guatemala. Guatemala, t.

Goubaud Carrera (Antonio). El «Guajxaquip Bats» ceremonia calendârica indî SOCIÉTÉ DES AMÉRICANISTES. This book is also available on the World Wide Web as an e-book.

Navaratra and Dusshera (Hinduism), Naw Ruz (Zoroastrianism, Bahá’ism), New Fire Ceremony (Aztecs), New Yam Festival (Ewe), New Year (China, Korea), New Year (Islam), New Year (Japan), New Year (West), Nineteen-Day Feast (Bahá’ism).