Tzintzuntzan


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Tzintzuntzan:

see TarascanTarascan
, Native Americans of the state of Michoacán, Mexico. Their language has no known relation to other languages, and their history prior to the 16th cent. is poorly understood.
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Prorroga su senoria por otro ano mas la reserva que hizo del servicio a los naturales de Tzintzuntzan, para acudir a la obra de la iglesia.
Carot y Hers presentan esta secuencia de partida y regreso con cierta seguridad, y aun Veronica Hernandez presenta un janamu, laja labrada de Tzintzuntzan, con el sentido de "migracion de ida y vuelta".
The People of Tzintzuntzan, Washington, Institute of Social Anthropology, publication num.
Review of the book Empire's children: The people of Tzintzuntzan. American Anthropologist, 52, 530-531.
Specimens come from southeast of Sanabria, Municipality of Tzintzuntzan (19[degrees]34"N, 101[degrees]34.5"W, elevation 2,040), Michoacan, Mexico.
From their powerful capital city and religious center Tzintzuntzan, the Tarascans successfully thwarted every attack by the Aztec.
In Tzintzuntzan she visits the workshop of Manuel Morales.
Relacion entre el gasto catastrofico en salud y la ausencia de derechohabiencia de las personas de la tercera edad en Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan.
FOSTER G., 1967, Tzintzuntzan. Mexican Peasants in a Changing World.
Brandes (1988: 168) has shown that Tzintzuntzan fiestas were "controlled states of anarchy" which allowed for the symbolic inversion of normative bodily processes.
"Life-Expectancy of Utilitarian Pottery in Tzintzuntzan, Michoacan, Mexico," AmerAnt 25, pp.