Rewriting Maya religion: Domingo de Vico, k'iche' Maya intellectuals, and the Theologia indorum
Reconstructs the original Christian theology written in the Americas: the 1,400-page Theologia Indorum (Theology for the Indians) written in K'iche' Maya by Friar Domingo de Vico in 1554. Tracing how the Dominican missionaries resourced native religious ideas, myths, and rhetoric, reexamines the role and value of indigenous authority--provided by publisher.
Sparks, Garry G.
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