Mitología y Religión de los Taínos Spanish Edition

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Mitología y religion de los taínos es un análisis comprensible de las creencias y rituales de la cultura que predominaba en las Antillas Mayores al momento de la llegada del europeo. Texto e imagen se complementan para brindar al publico general y al estudioso una obra esencial en la bibliografía indígena del Caribe.

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Tainos y Caribes: Las culturas aborigenes antillanas Spanish Edition

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - In other words, heyday, present concisely the origins, decline and legacy of the Tainos and Caribs. Writen for both the general public and the specialist, as well as the latest historical, anthropological, Antillean aboriginal cultures summarize the Spanish and French historians' descriptions on the ancient inhabitants of the Antilles, linguistic, Tainos and Caribs, archaeological and even genetic research.

The book is in Spanish, originally published in 2003. It is required reading for scholars, teachers, students and the general public interested in the indigenous societies of the Caribbean. The goal is also to offer the reader a summary of the experiences lived by the Antillean aboriginal cultures before, during and after the European discovery.

Tainos y Caribes: Las culturas aborigenes antillanas Spanish Edition #ad - The book is based on some 400 books and scholarly articles written from the fifteenth century until today, making the bibliography of great value for anyone wishing to know the original sources.

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Tainos and Caribs: The Aboriginal Cultures of the Antilles

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Independently published #ad - This english edition reviews and updates the original text and bibliography. This revision and english edition is well-timed because recent developments reaffirm the composite view of the Caribbean presented in the original publication". Since its publication in 2003, it has been recognized as having contributed to a better understanding among the general public of the history of the Antillean cultures before, during and after the arrival of the Europeans.

Over the years, i have received a considerable number of requests from people around the world expressing their desire that the book be made available in English. It is required reading on the emergence of the indigenous societies of the ancient Caribbean". The author has the virtue, in turn, religion, to sharply examine multiple topics that include social structures, rituals and beliefs.

Tainos and Caribs: The Aboriginal Cultures of the Antilles #ad - Tainos and caribs: the Aboriginal Cultures of the Antilles was inspired by those demands. The author analyzes - among other aspects - the intimate correlation that exists between astronomical systems, climatological cycles and magic-religious beliefs, as well as agricultural practices linked to fertility rites.

Notably, robiou recognizes that Taino and Carib societies were not simple. Manuel A. I thank both of them for their wholehearted commitment and devotion in the publication and dissemination of this work. Lourdes domínguez, Oficina del Historiador de La Habana, Cuba.

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The Tainos: Rise and Decline of the People Who Greeted Columbus

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Yale University Press #ad - In this book a noted archeologist and anthropologist tells the story of the Tainos from their ancestral days on the South American continent to their rapid decline after contact with the Spanish explorers. Drawing on archeological and ethno-historical evidence, Irving Rouse sketches a picture of the Tainos as they existed during the time of Columbus, contrasting their customs with those of their neighbors.

As rouse discusses the tainos' contributions to the spaniards―from Indian corn, artifacts, and new words―we realize that their effect on Western civilization, brief through their contact, and rubber balls to art, tobacco, was an important and lasting one. He vividly recounts columbus's four voyages, the events of the European contact, and the early Spanish views of the Tainos, particularly their art and religion.

When columbus arrived in the americas, the first people he encountered were the Tainos, inhabitants of the islands of the northern Caribbean Sea. Weakened by forced labor, and diseases introduced by the foreigners, and dispersed by migration and intermarriage, malnutrition, they ceased to exist as a separate population group.

The Tainos: Rise and Decline of the People Who Greeted Columbus #ad - Yale University Press. The narration shows that the Tainos did not long survive the advent of Columbus. He then moves backward in time to the ancestors of the Tainos―two successive groups who settled the West Indies and who are known to archeologists as the Saladoid peoples and the Ostionoid peoples. By reconstructing the development of these groups and studying their interaction with other groups during the centuries before Columbus, Rouse shows precisely who the Tainos were.

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Voces de Bohio. Vocabulario de la cultura taina: diccionario taino Spanish Edition

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Yale University Press. Recopilación de palabras de los diferentes lenguajes que se hablaban en las islas Antillas en tiempos pre hispánicos.

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Taino: A Novel

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Fulcrum Publishing #ad - This novel, based on a true story, penetrates the historical veil that still enshrines the “discovery. Yale University Press. Used book in Good Condition. Written” by guaikán, the elderly taino man who, was adopted by Christopher Columbus and saw history unfold, Taino is the Indian chronicle of the American encounter, in his youth, the Native view on Columbus and what happened in the Caribbean.

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An Account of the Antiquities of the Indians: Chronicles of the New World Encounter Latin America in Translation

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Duke University Press Books #ad - The friar’s assignment was to live among the “indians” whom Columbus had “discovered” on the island of Hispaniola today the island shared by Haiti and the Dominican Republic, to learn their language, and to write a record of their lives and beliefs. Pané provides the first known description of the use of the hallucinogen cohoba, and he recounts the use of idols in ritual ceremonies.

This volume makes pané’s landmark Account—the first book written in a European language on American soil—available in an annotated English edition. Edited by the noted hispanist josé juan arrom, pané’s report is the only surviving direct source of information about the myths, ceremonies, and lives of the New World inhabitants whom Columbus first encountered.

An Account of the Antiquities of the Indians: Chronicles of the New World Encounter Latin America in Translation #ad - Accompanying columbus on his second voyage to the New World in 1494 was a young Spanish friar named Ramón Pané. Used book in Good Condition. While the culture of these indigenous people—who came to be known as the Taíno—is now extinct, the written record completed by Pané around 1498 has survived.

Used book in Good Condition. Yale University Press. The names, functions, and attributes of native gods; the mythological origin of the aboriginal people’s attitudes toward sex and gender; and their rich stories of creation are described as well. The friar’s text contains many linguistic and cultural observations, including descriptions of the Taíno people’s healing rituals and their beliefs about their souls after death.

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Caciques and Cemi Idols: The Web Spun by Taino Rulers Between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory

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University Alabama Press #ad - This volume takes a close look at the relationship between humans and other non-human beings that are imbued with cemí power, specifically within the Taíno inter-island cultural sphere encompassing Puerto Rico and Hispaniola. He finds evidence for his interpretation of human and cemí interactions from a critical review of 16th-century Spanish ethnohistoric documents, especially the Relación Acerca de las Antigüedades de los Indios written by Friar Ramón Pané in 1497–1498 under orders from Christopher Columbus.

Cemís are both portable artifacts and embodiments of persons or spirit, which the Taínos and other natives of the Greater Antilles ca. Such cemís were considered a direct threat to the hegemony of the Spanish conquerors, as these potent objects were seen as allies in the native resistance to the onslaught of Christendom with its icons of saints and virgins.

Caciques and Cemi Idols: The Web Spun by Taino Rulers Between Hispaniola and Puerto Rico Caribbean Archaeology and Ethnohistory #ad - Yale University Press. Used book in Good Condition. Focusing on this and on the various contexts in which the relationships were enacted, Oliver reveals how the cemís were central to the exercise of native political power. Buttressed by examples of native resistance and syncretism, the volume discusses the iconoclastic conflicts and the relationship between the icons and the human beings.

Used book in Good Condition. Ad 1000-1550 regarded as numinous beings with supernatural or magic powers.

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TAINO Sculpture Art of the Gods

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Signature Books #ad - Used book in Good Condition. The beautiful reliquary represented in TAINO sculptures reveal the cultural and spiritual legacy of this forgotten culture. Taino art is the last unexplored pre Columbian aesthetic produced for magico-religious events. Used book in Good Condition. So precious were these pieces that they were passed from one generation to the next until Spanish iconoclasts forced the TAINO to hide them.

Yale University Press. The sculptures represented anthropic gods and animal deities.

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Mitologia Taina o Eyeri. Ramon Pane y la Relacion sobre las: Ramon Pane Relacion Spanish Edition

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CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform #ad - Idolatrías y gobierno en México y Perú antes de la conquista. Paner llegó a la isla española en 1494 con cristóbal Colón en su segundo viaje y el Almirante le encomendó la tarea de recopilar las creencias y costumbres de los indígenas del lugar. Glosario de lenguas amerindias: vocábula bárbara de antonio de Nebrija Relación sobre las Antigüedades de los Indios reproducción en facsímil de la versión original en italiano de Fray Ramón Pane Raccolta Colombiana.

Primer volumen. Década i, libro III. Es considerado como el primer documento etnográfico recopilado en el Nuevo Mundo. Capítulo III. Fray. Translated into english language by Edward Gaylord Bourne. Jerónimo Roman y Zamora. Used book in Good Condition. Tomo I. Historia General de las Indias. Repúblicas de indias. Copiar y pegar el enlace para ver nuestros titulos / Copy and paste the link below for our titles: http://ediitorialnuevomundo.

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Tales of the Taino Gods/Cuentos de Los Dioses Tainos Multilingual Edition

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