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Mamajuana, Cacique Cristiana De Los Comechingones

Villecco, Miguel Héctor
(Villa Adelina, BsAs, Argentina)
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Book Description: De Autor, Argentina, 2000. Tapa blanda. Book Condition: As New/Como Nuevo. 14 x 19,5 Cms. 60 Páginas - Novela histórica sobre los Comechingones, aborígenes de la República Argentina. Bookseller Inventory # 002182

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Comechingones y los primeros españoles en Calamuchita

Signorile - Benso
Bookseller: El Incunable
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Book Description: Ediciones del Boulevard - Córdoba, 2006. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Como Nuevo. 23x15 cm. 172 páginas. Bookseller Inventory # 100384

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Mamajuana. Cacique cristiana de los Comechingones

Villecco, Miguel Héctor
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(Wilmington, DE, U.S.A.)
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Book Description: Buenos Aires : Faro Editorial, 1994. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. ~ Con dedicatoria autógrafa del autor ~ Rústica original, cinta publicitaria ~ 57p+1f ~ 20x14x1cm. ~ Muy Buen estado / Additional images available/. Bookseller Inventory # 9634B

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EL IDIOMA DE LOS COMECHINGONES Y SANAVIRONES

SERRANO, Antonio
(Buenos Aires, B.A., Argentina)
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Book Description: Academia Argentina de Letras, Buenos Aires, 1945. Book Condition: Buen estado. 17 págs. Bookseller Inventory # serrano15

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La antigua Provincia de los Comechingones

De Aparicio, Francisco
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(Ciudad de Buenos Aires, Bs.As, Argentina)
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Book Description: Universidad de Buenos Aires - Buenos Aires, 1936. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Bien. Ilustrado. Paginado de 390 a 428. 27x17 cm. Bookseller Inventory # 10261

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EL IDIOMA DE LOS COMECHINGONES Y SANAVIRONES

Serrano, Antonio
(Buenos Aires, BA, Argentina)
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Book Description: Academia Argentina de Letras, 17 pgs., Buenos Aires, 1945. Rústica con broches. Book Condition: Buen estado. 8vo. Ejemplar parcialmente intonso. Algunas manchitas de óxido y roturitas en cubiertas. Mancha en hoja en blanco. [Libro en Español / Book in Spanish]. Bookseller Inventory # 024543

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La Antigua Provincia de los Comechingones

De Aparicio, Francisco
Bookseller: La Puerta
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Book Description: Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, 1936. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Book Condition: Muy Bien. La Antigua Provincia de los Comechingones. De Aparicio, Francisco. Bookseller Inventory # 000194

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LOS COMECHINGONES

SERRANO, Antonio
(Buenos Aires, B.A., Argentina)
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Book Description: Imprenta de la Universidad de Córdoba, Córdoba. Argentina, 1945. Book Condition: Muy buen estado. Contiene 261 figuras intercaladas en el texto. Abundante bibliografía de referencia 372 págs. Bookseller Inventory # serrano20

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Los Comechingones

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Book Description: Universidad de la Universidad Cordoba, Cordoba (Argentina), 1945. Softcover. Book Condition: g. 8vo. 372pp. Original wrappers with blue and red lettering front wrapper and spine. Foxing, staining and browning to wrappers and spine. Head and tail of spine as well as corners bumped and rubbed. All page edges untrimmed. Some staining to page edges. Ex-libris plate to inside of front wrapper. Ex-libris stamp and owner's inscription to title page. Paste-on newspaper clippings on the book to page following title page, not affecting text. Hinges starting. Foxing alongside spine to title page. Welling to pages leading up to prologue. Illustrated title page. Fascinating work on the extinct Argentinian indigenous group of Comechingon. Beautifully illustrated throughout with b/w maps, photographs and sketches. In Spanish. Binding in fair, book in good condition. Comechingón (plural Comechingones) is the common denomination for a currently extinct group of aboriginals native to the Argentine provinces of Córdoba and San Luis. They were thoroughly displaced or exterminated by the Spanish conquistadores by the end of the 17th century.The main two Comechingón groups called themselves Henia (at the north) and Kamiare (at the south) respectively, subdivided each in a dozen or so tribes. The name comechingón expression is a deformation of the pejorative term kamichingan used by the tribe of the Sanavirones, which means "cave inhabitants".They were sedentaries, practiced agriculture yet collected wild fruits, and raised animals for wool, meat and eggs. Their culture was heavily influenced by that of the Andes.Several aspects seams to differentiate the Henia-Kamiare from other inhabitants of nearby areas. They presented a rather Caucasian aspect, with beards and a so-said minority of greenish eyes. another distinctive aspect was their communal stone houses, half buried on the floor to endure the cold, wind and snow of the wintertime.Though they had their own language, this was lost with Spanish the impositions that favoured both Runa sini and Quechua. Nevertheless, they left a rich pictography and abstract petroglyphs.Another interesting cultural contribution is the famous Córdoba accent, or vowel extension in the Spanish of the present inhabitants of Córdoba, but also not uncommon to San Luis and other neighbouring provinces. Bookseller Inventory # 15426

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