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Tzute and Hierarchy in Solola

Mayen de Castellanos, Guisela with the collaboration of Idalma Mejia de Rodas and final chapter by Linda Asturias de Barrios  

$32.00, paperback

Description:    A thorough survey of the daily and ceremonial native costume of this large Cakchiquel Maya community in Guatemala.  It is one of the few communities where both the men and the women routinely wear their native dress on a daily basis.    The book is a museum monograph that is liberally illustrated and measures approximately 11 x 8.5 inches with stiff pictorial paper covers. While a NEW book, it may show some wear to covers and/or bent corners.  

Key words       Solola, Guatemala,  Weaving, Culture, Mayan Indians, Cakchiquel, Costume, Textiles, Lake Atitlan

Tzute and Hierarchy in Solola,  Mayen de Castellanos, Guisela with the collaboration of Idalma Mejia de Rodas and final chapter by Linda Asturias de Barrios, 1988  Guatemala:  Museo Ixchel de Traje Indigena de Guatemala,   Museum Monograph ; English language version; 156 pp (1988) 
 

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