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How did the pre-hispanic Mixtecs adapt to the transformation of the Spanish conquest and three centuries of colonial control?
39) Despite this oddity, most African slaves in the Mixtec region worked for Spanish owners.
The scientists also assessed a Mixtec rock crystal goblet and five Aztec rock crystal beads excavated at sites dating from about 1,000 to 500 years ago.
The former helps remind the reader that Mixtecs living in and near those communities often referred to them, and understood them, differently than Spaniards or Nahuas.
A man and a woman, who are traveling through Mexico, devour various indigenous cultures (Zapotecs, Olmecs, and Mixtecs, specifically).
Examples of severe abuse include people from Veracruzin Reynosa, Guatemalans in Tapachula, and Mixtecs in Tijuana and Mexicali.
He summoned learned scribes from the land of the Mixtecs, where the Toltec arts had been highly preserved, to teach them hieroglyphic book painting.
Among the 17 distinct groups, mostly descendants of the Zapotecs and Mixtecs, over 200 Indian dialects are still spoken as a first language by many of the state of Oaxaca's three million inhabitants.
Here, you can try your hand at Mayan mathematics, see a replica of a chieftain's tomb and study the art of such civilizations as the Aztecs, Zapotecs, Olmecs and Mixtecs.
The Mixtecs of Oaxaca, xvi+311 pages, 51 b&w illustrations, 1 table.
Mixtecs, Zapotecs, and Chatinos: the ancient peoples of southern Mexico.
2000) "Transnational Oaxacan Indigenous Identity: The Case of Mixtecs and Zapotecs," Identities, 7(2), 173-196