Popol Vuh

The Mythology of the Maya

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Descripción editorial

THE "Popol Vuh" is the New World's richest mythological mine. THERE is no document of greater importance to the study of the pre-Columbian mythology of America than the "Popol Vuh." It is the chief source of our knowledge of the mythology of the Kiché people of Central America, and it is further of considerable comparative value when studied in conjunction with the mythology of the Nahuatlacâ, or Mexican peoples. This interesting text, the recovery of which forms one of the most romantic episodes in the history of American bibliography, was written by a Christianized native of Guatemala some time in the seventeenth century, and was copied in the Kiché language, in which it was originally written, by a monk of the Order of Predicadores, one Francisco Ximenes, who also added a Spanish translation and scholia.

GÉNERO
Religión y espiritualidad
PUBLICADO
2012
3 de febrero
IDIOMA
EN
Inglés
EXTENSIÓN
90
Páginas
EDITORIAL
Murine Press
VENTAS
Murine Publications LLC
TAMAÑO
322.8
KB

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