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Origins. Myths and legends of Colombia

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The myths and legends of the cundiboyacense people of the Andean Plateau, reflect the popular knowledge of this eastern Colombian society with strong ancient roots which stem from the chibcha or muisca culture, the most developed of the aboriginal Colombia native people.The Chibchas had a system of religion organized around of a group of deities, temples and priests in charge of ceremonies. Their principal deities were of the sun, the moon, and de water. They believed in Chiminigagua, the god of creation and author of light, in Bachué, the mothergoddes of human existence, in Bochica, the god of civilization, who taught them the arts and crafts. They held the religious ceremonies of the sun or súe and the moon or chía, principally in sogamoso, the ¨sacred city¨.The Chibchas had a system of religion organized around of a group of deities, temples and priests in charge of ceremonies. Their principal deities were of the sun, the moon, and de water. They believed in Chiminigagua, the god of creation and author of light, in Bachué, the mothergoddes of human existence, in Bochica, the god of civilization, who taught them the arts and crafts. They held the religious ceremonies of the sun or súe and the moon or chía, principally in sogamoso, the ¨sacred city¨.

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TítuloOrigins. Myths and legends of Colombia
AutorMiguel Arcangel García R
Tabla de ContenidoPreface

Introduction

The origin of the humanity
Bochica and huitaca, the origin of god and evil
Another origin of men and light
The origin of emeralds
The legend of the one-legged woman (la Patasola)
The legend of the wailer (la Ñlorona)
The Mohan
The suamox temple on fire
Hunzahúa, the founder of Tunja (part I)
Hunzahúa, the founder of Tunja (part II)
The legend of the dark heron
The demon´s metamorphoses
The legend of the Cacica Guatavita
The legend of ¨El Dorado¨

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TipoLibro
ISXN9789582005191
Año de Edición2000
Núm. Páginas100
Peso (Físico)130
Tamaño (Físico)13 x 19.5 cm

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