Mexican and Central American mythology

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Hamlyn, 1967 - Nahuas - 137 pages
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Review: Mexican and Central American Mythology

User Review  - SmokingMirror - Goodreads

I would hope this book is true: that the Nahua religion contained a deeply mystical aspect apart from, but perhaps induced by, the strict rituals, and that some, or many, aspired to Omoteotl, a divine ... Read full review

Review: Mexican and Central American Mythology

User Review  - Lo - Goodreads

This book was very Nahua/Aztec-centric, which detracts for me as I was looking for some more culturally well-rounded information. I learned a few new things, and the author made some interesting ... Read full review

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