K'iche'



ETHNONYMS: Quiché


Bibliography

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Fox, John W. (1978). Quiche Conquest: Centralism and Regionalism in Highland Guatemalan State Development. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.


Mayer, Karl Herbert (1993). "A K'iche' Diviner in Zunil." M exicon 15(4): 66.


Schultze Jena, Leonhard (1954). La vida y las creencias de los indígenas K'iche's de Guatemala. Biblioteca de Cultura Popular, vol. 49. Guatemala: Editorial del Ministerio de Educación Pública.


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Tedlock, Barbara (1982). Time and the Highland Maya. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.


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