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Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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Materials for First Quarter College Zapotec course (used at UCLA and UCSD).
Plants in Tlacolula de Matamoros Zapotec By Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Pamela Munro, Roberto Antonio Ruiz
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This book contains photographs of plants taken in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, along with the plant names in Tlacolula Valley Zapotec.
Plants in Tlacolula de Matamoros Zapotec By Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Pamela Munro, Roberto Antonio Ruiz
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This book contains photographs of plants taken in the Central Valleys of Oaxaca, along with the plant names in Tlacolula Valley Zapotec.
Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec, Vol. 3 By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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This is the third quarter materials for "Cali Chiu?: A Course in Valley Zapotec".
Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec, Vol. 2 By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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Vol. 2 of the Cali Chiu? course on Valley Zapotec. Revised Dec. 2008.
Zapotec Woman of the Clouds: The Life of the midwife-healer Enriqueta Contreras Contreras By Mary Margaret Navar
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This work is respectfully dedicated to the 2,500-year history of Zapotec healers in Oaxaca, Mexico, and specifically to Doña Enriqueta Contreras Contreras, wisdom bearer and faithful... More > representative of that lineage. In sixty years of service to her community, she continues without ceasing to share her knowledge of traditional medicine, midwifery, and healing. Written in both Spanish and English.< Less
Cali Chiu? Rata Ra Dizh and More By Pamela Munro, Brook Danielle Lillehaugen, Felipe H. Lopez
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This is the vocabulary and supplementary material for Cali Chiu? A Course in Valley Zapotec.
The Campo Caper By Art Mayers
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Ancient tribal tombs are found in the fields outside a Zapotec Indian Village. Amateur sleuths Nick and Rick try to solve the crime along with that of three seemingly associated murders.
MONTE ALBÁN By Panche Hadzi-Andonov
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The construction of this city in the sky was based on a delicate architectural design, always looking for perfection. Familiarity with the Zapotec civilization did not prevent the awe and surprise... More > that this widespread archaeological site was so grandiose! Their culture goes back at least 2,500 years but Monte Albán is slightly younger… the Zapotec began the construction of Monte Albán around 500 BC - that doesn’t mean it was inferior or less significant – on the contrary – here we could witness and enjoy amazing forms of buildings, ball courts, magnificent tombs as well as fine artifacts including gold jewellery. At the time, Monte Albán was one of the earliest major cities in Mesoamerica and dominated most of the territory of today’s Mexican state of Oaxaca, and this was recognized by adding it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.< Less
MONTE ALBÁN By Panche Hadzi-Andonov
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The construction of this city in the sky was based on a delicate architectural design, always looking for perfection. Familiarity with the Zapotec civilization did not prevent the awe and surprise... More > that this widespread archaeological site was so grandiose! Their culture goes back at least 2,500 years but Monte Albán is slightly younger… the Zapotec began the construction of Monte Albán around 500 BC - that doesn’t mean it was inferior or less significant – on the contrary – here we could witness and enjoy amazing forms of buildings, ball courts, magnificent tombs as well as fine artifacts including gold jewellery. At the time, Monte Albán was one of the earliest major cities in Mesoamerica and dominated most of the territory of today’s Mexican state of Oaxaca, and this was recognized by adding it to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.< Less