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La situación lingüística de la lengua maya en Yucatán

La lengua maya 'yucateca' (o bien peninsular) continúa hablándose en amplios sectores de población rural. En muchas comunidades mayas se mantienen vivas costumbres y tradiciones locales, se continúan…Continue

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Started by Josué Villegas Feb 24, 2010.

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Comment by Larry Stout on December 11, 2012 at 7:23pm

Having read much about the ancient Maya, it has struck me as strange that, seemingly, nothing epigraphic, nothing of symbolic material culture, and nothing of oral tradition seems to give volcanoes a place in the cosmology.  Have I missed something important?

Comment by Larry Stout on December 10, 2012 at 6:16pm

Hello, people!  I'm a retired geologist, much interested in human history and prehistory.  Long ago I was privileged to visit Copan, Quirigua, Tikal, Xunantunich, and Altun Ha.  I've read a lot about the Maya, and hope to go back to Copan, for example, in these post-tunneling, new-museum days!  Anybody have an explanation for the great hoard of Pachuca obsidian at Altun Ha?  Cheers, Larry

Comment by Josué Villegas on March 7, 2010 at 5:20pm
Hi everybody. I've just started a research about "online social networking of mayan indigenous". If you have any information about it, please let me know.
Saludos
Josué
Comment by Josué Villegas on February 24, 2010 at 1:48am
Hola Graciela, pues aquí te tengo un link sobre varias disciplinas que estudian la cultura maya: http://ketzalcalli.com/index.html
Saludos
Josué
Comment by Maria Graciela Campos on February 22, 2010 at 5:32am
Hola, me llama mucho la atención la cultura maya y quisiera saber sí hay libros en línea, sobre los mayas, principalmente en el área arqueológica, muchas gracias!
Comment by Josué Villegas on February 21, 2010 at 8:33pm
Interesting book:
Igor Ayora-Díaz, 2002, Globalización, conocimiento y poder. Médicos locales y sus luchas por el reconocimiento en Chiapas, México, UADY.
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