3 edition of Guanches of Tenerife found in the catalog.
Guanches of Tenerife
Alonso de Espinosa
|Statement||Translated and edited, with notes and an introd., by Sir Clements Markham.|
|Series||Works issued by the Hakluyt Society [ser. II, no. 21]|
|Contributions||Markham, Clements R. Sir, 1830-1916 tr.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||5 p. ℓ., xxvi, 221 p.|
|Number of Pages||221|
The supreme god of the Guanches on the island of Tenerife; he is the father god and creator. Chaxiraxi: The native Guanche goddess known as the Sun Mother. Chijoraji: A divine child, son of Chaxiraxi. Chijoragi Magec: The god of the Sun and the light, and also thought to be one of the principal divinities. Achuguayo: God of the moon. It was the. 1st Edition Published on J by Hakluyt Society Written , first published at Seville in , translated with notes and an introduction. The e The Guanches of Tenerife, The Holy Image of Our Lady of Candelaria, an.
English: Identifier: guanchesofteneri00espirich (find matches) Title: The Guanches of Tenerife, the holy image of Our Lady of Candelaria, and the Spanish conquest and settlement Year: Authors: Espinosa, Alonso de, 16th cent Markham, Clements R. (Clements Robert), Sir, Subjects: Guanches Candelaria (Canary Islands) Tenerife (Canary Islands) -- History Canary Islands -- Opis: English: Identifier: guanchesofteneri00espirich . Written , first published at Seville in , translated with notes and an introduction. The edition includes a bibliography of the Canary Islands, , pp. Translation of books I-III, with facsimiles of original t.p. and col.
About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Guanches of Tenerife, the holy image of Our Lady 2d ser. no Espinosa, Alonso de, 16th cent. View full catalog record. Rights: Public Domain in the United States, Google-digitized. The book includes four watercolor paintings of Guanches on different islands, shown below. The Guanches in the first, third, and fourth paintings have a medium brown hair color, while the Guanches in the second painting, which are shown performing a type of ritual combat on the island of Gran Canaria, have rosy cheeks and long blond or light.
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The Guanches were a mystery because it had never been established how these white-skinned and fair-haired people came to be living on islands close to North Africa. The explanation accepted by anthropologists is that these people were descended from the Berbers of North Africa, possibly from Libya.
However, legends say that the Guanches had. Los guanches de Tenerife o La conquista de Canarias. Comedia en tres actos. Versión libre de Claudio de la Torre. by VEGA, Lope de.- and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Guanches.
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Among the archaeological findings made in Tenerife in the 20th century, one of the most striking is, without doubt, the discovery of Guanche History When the Spanish conquered the Canary Islands in the name of the Castilian flag, the archipelago was inhabited by the Guanches.
LOS GUANCHES DE TENERIFE (Spanish) Paperback – January 1, by FÉLIX LOPE DE VEGA (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ — $ Author: FÉLIX LOPE DE VEGA. The Cave of the Guanches, or Archaeological area of the Cave of the Guanches (Spanish: Zona Arqueológica de la Cueva de los Guanches), is an important archaeological site located in the north of the island of Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain).
Characteristics. The protected archaeological environment is in the municipality of Icod de los Vinos and revolves around the Cave of the ated with: Guanches.
The alphabet lettering on this small stone is the only example of its kind to be found on Tenerife, although other letters have been found elsewhere on the island.
They seem to be the exceptions to the rule of Tenerife being the most primitive island, and they form the most definite link between the Guanches of Tenerife with the Berber people.
The Mystery of the Guanches and the Pyramids of Tenerife Tenerife in the Canary Islands is well-known as a holiday destination, but many tourists visit the island unaware that there are pyramids there and an ongoing : Alicia Mcdermott.
Guanches, a name originally used to describe only the inhabitants of Tenerife, came from the words guan, meaning 'man,' and che, meaning 'white mountain', in reference to the snowcapped El Teide.
But, with time, the name came to be used for all the tribes of the archipelago - the Canarios, Bimbaches, Majos, Benahoritas and Gomeros. Tenerife VIP, Puerto de la Cruz.
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Translation of books I-III, with facsimiles of original t.p. and colophon, of the author's: Del origen y milagros de la santa imagen de Nuestra Señora de Candelaria, que aparecio en la isla de Tenerife, con la descripcion de esta isla. DOI link for The Guanches of Tenerife, The Holy Image of Our Lady of Candelaria, and the Spanish Conquest and Settlement, by the Friar Alonso de Espinosa.
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[Alonso de Espinosa; Clements R Markham, Sir]. In Tenerife, our islands, the Teide volcano stands as the highest mountain in the Spanish territory, the third highest volcano in the world, and is still very much alive and active. The Guanches, the aboriginal inhabitants of Tenerife, believed the inside of the Teide was the home of Guayota, god of the underworld pins.
The most comprehensive collections are housed in the Museum of Nature and Mankind in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and at the Archaeological Museum in Puerto de la Cruz. In addition to the unique Guanche mummies, some of the most treasured archaeological findings in Tenerife are the Zanata Stone, various pieces of domestic pottery and funerary objects.
The Guanches embalmed their dead. In Tenerife and Gran Canaria, the corpse was simply wrapped up in goat and sheep skins, while in other islands a resinous substance was used to preserve the body, which was then placed in a cave difficult to access, or buried under a tumulus.
The work of embalming was reserved for a special class, with women Author: The Grandma. Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Translation of books I-III, with facsimiles of original t.p. and colophon, of the author's: Del origen y milagros de la santa imagen de Nuestra Señora de Candelaria, que aparecio en la. The Guanches are the mysterious natives of the Canary Islands.
They were just about exterminated by the Spaniards when these invaded the archipelago at the turn of the 15th century. Tall, blond and blue-eyed, the Guanches have long intrigued the anthropologists, for blond natives are rarity.
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Download and read online for free The Guanches of Tenerife, the holy image of Our Lady of Candelaria, and the Spanish conquest and settlement by Markham, Clements R. (Clements Robert /5(3). notes on the tentative etymologies of guanches toponyms. 1) Anaga was the northernmost kingdom of the island of Tenerife, and its shape roughly resembled a heart.
Accordingly, the Dravidian An-aka embodies the two means “supreme”, “uppermost” and, by extension, “northernmost”.Aka (or akam) means “home”, “abode”, “heart’, “bosom”, “innermost”.The Guanches of Tenerife, The Holy Image of Our Lady of Candelaria, and the Spanish Conquest and Settlement, by the Friar Alonso de Espinosa (Hakluyt Society, Second Series) View larger image.
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[Alonso de Espinosa; Clements R Markham, Sir].