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" The whole country is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately stone buildings that it was amazing, and the greatest wonder is, that having no use of any metal, they were able to raise such structures, which seem... "
Guatemala: the Land of the Quetzal: A Sketch - Page 394
by William Tufts Brigham - 1887 - 453 lehte
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Researches, Philosophical and Antiquarian, Concerning the Aboriginal History ...

James Haines McCulloh - 1829 - 535 lehte
...light; for when speaking of what he calls "the stately stone buildings" of Yucatan, he remarks, "they seem to have been temples, for their houses were always of timber and thatched." It is impossible for us to state from our scanty materials, whether the people of Guatemala erected...
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The United States Magazine and Democratic Review, 12. köide

1843
...the " conquisladores :" " The whole country is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately stone buildings that...their houses were always of timber, and thatched. In those edifices were carved the figures of naked men with ear-rings, after the Indian manner, idols...
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Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, 2. köide

John Lloyd Stephens - 1841
...historians, says of Yucatan : " The whole country is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately Stone Buildings that...for their Houses were always of Timber and thatched. In those Edifices were carved the Figures of naked Men, with Earrings after the Indian manner, Idols...
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The Biblical Repository and Classical Review

1843
...invaders. " The whole country," says Herrera, "is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately stone buildings that...their houses were always of timber, and thatched. In those edifices were carved the figures of naked men with earrings, after the Indian manner, idols...
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The American Biblical Repository

1843
...invaders. " The whole country," says Herrera, " is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately stone buildings that...their houses were always of timber, and thatched. In those edifices were carved the figures of naked men with earrings, after the Indian manner, idols...
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The American Biblical Repository, 9. köide,17–18. number

1843
...says Herrera, " is divided into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stalely stone buildings that it was amazing, and the greatest...their houses were always of timber, and thatched. In those edifices were carved the figures of naked men with earrings, after the Indian manner, idols...
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Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, 2. köide

John Lloyd Stephens - 1843
..."there were so many and such stately Stone Buildings that it was Amazing ; and the greatest Wonder was that, having no Use of any Metal, they were able to...which seem to have been Temples, for their Houses were all of Timber, and thatched." And again, he says, that " for the Space of twenty Years there was such...
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The American Biblical Repository

1843
...them were so many and such stately stone buildings that it was amazing, and the greatest wonder »s, that, having no use of any metal, they were able to...their houses were always of timber, and thatched. In those edifices were carved the figures of naked men with earrings, after the Indian manner, idols...
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Incidents of Travel in Central America, Chiapas, and Yucatan, 2. köide

John Lloyd Stephens - 1845
...into eighteen districts, and in all of them were so many and such stately Stone Buildings that it wag amazing, and the greatest Wonder is, that having no...for their Houses were always of Timber and thatched. In those Edifices were carved the Figures of naked Men, with Earrings after the Indian manner, Idols...
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American History: Comprising Historical Sketches of the Indian Tribes : a ...

Marcius Willson - 1847 - 672 lehte
...historian, says of Yucatan, — " The whole country is divided into eighteen districts ; and in all of them were so many and such stately stone buildings that...their houses were always of timber, and thatched." 4. 'Another writer, Bernal Diaz, who accompanied the .. . - -~. . *» i T ji- <• i expeditions of...
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