Tzotzil of San Andres Larraínzar



ETHNONYMS: Andresero, Batz'i vinik, Yahval lum


Bibliography

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Instituto Nacional de Estadística Geografía e Informática (1993). Anuario estadístico del estado de Chiapas, Ed. 1993. Aguascalientes: INEGI.


Laughlin, Robert (1969). "The Tzotzil." In Handbook of Middle American Indians, edited by Robert Wauchope. Vol. 7, Ethnology, Part One, edited by Evon Z. Vogt, 152—194. Austin: University of Texas Press.


Ochiai, Kazuyasu (1985). Cuando los santos vienen marchando. San Cristóbal de las Casas: Universidad Autónoma de Chiapas.


Ochiai, Kazuyasu (1989). Meanings Performed, Symbols Read: Anthropological Studies on Latin America. Tokyo: Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.


Roß, Norbert (In press). "Der traditionelle Hausbau von San Andrés Larraínzar." ]ahrbuch des Museums für Völkerkunde (Leipzig).


Vogt, Evon Z. (1969). "Chiapas Highlands." In Handbook of Middle American Indians, edited by Robert Wauchope. Vol. 7, Ethnology, Part One, edited by Evon Z. Vogt, 133-151. Austin: University of Texas Press.


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NORBERT ROß

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