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" Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great deluge, the ' age of water,' of the Mexicans, they say, "a man and a woman saved themselves on a high mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru; and casting behind them, over... "
Travels and adventures in South and Central America: First series: Life in ... - Page 460
by Ramón Páez - 1868 - 473 pages
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The library of biblical literature

Bible stories - 1854
...repeopling of the earth by saying, that a man and a woman saved themselves in the tune of the great flood on a high mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and casting behind them, over then- heads, the fruit of the mauritia palm-tree, saw the seed...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 7

Abel Stevens, James Floy - American literature - 1855
...repcopling of the earth by saying that a man and a woman saved themselves in the time of the great flood on a high mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and casting behind them, over their heads, the fruit of the mauritia palm-tree, saw the seed...
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THE TESTIMONY OF THE ROCKS

HUGH MILLER - 1857
...almost all the tribes of the Upper Orinoco. When the Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great deluge, — 'the age of water"* of the Mexicans, — they say, a man and woman saved themselves on a high mountain called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and,...
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The Testimony of the Rocks: Or, Geology in Its Bearings on the Two ...

Hugh Miller - Bible and evolution - 1857 - 500 pages
...almost all the tribes of the Upper Orinoco. When the Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great deluge, — ' the age of water« of the Mexicans, — they say, a man and woman saved themselves on a high mountain called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and,...
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THE TESTIMONY OF THE ROCKS

HUGH MILLER - 1857
...the Upper Orinoco. "When the Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great cjeluge, — 'the age of 'water' of the Mexicans, — they say, a man and woman saved themselves on a high mountain called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and,...
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The life, travels and books of Alexander von Humboldt

Richard Henry Stoddard - 1859 - 482 pages
...Upper Orinoco. When the Indians were asked how the human race survived this great deluge they said, " a man and a woman saved themselves on a high mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru ; and casting behind them, over their heads, the fruits of the mauritia palm-tree, they saw...
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Wild Scenes in South America: Or, Life in the Llanos of Veneauela

Ramón Páez - Venezuela - 1862 - 502 pages
...ornaments and gala dresses, which are kept in a chest of plaited palm-leaves between layers of smooth busgu cloth." * The trunk of the male tree contains a farinaceous...contained in these fruits produce men and women who repeoplcd the earth.' Thus we find in all its simplicity, among nations now in a savage state, a tradition...
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Wild Scenes in South America: Or, Life in the Llanos of Veneauela

Ramón Páez - Venezuela - 1862 - 502 pages
...ornaments and gala dresses, which are kept in a chest of plaited palm-leaves between layers of smooth Imssu cloth." * The trunk of the male tree contains a farinaceous...mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asibcru, and casting the fruit of the moriche-palm, they saw the seeds contained in these fruits produce...
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Defence of the Christian faith: 4 lects

Hugh Sherrard - 1863
...almost all the tribes of the upper Orinoco. When the Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great deluge, — ' the age of water ' of the Mexicans, — they say, ' A man and woman saved themselves on a high mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Asiveru, and,...
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Bibliotheca Sacra, Volume 22

Theology - 1865
...the inhabitants of the Upper Orinoco. When the Tamanacs are asked how the human race survived this great deluge, the ' age of water' of the Mexicans,...mountain, called Tamanacu, situated on the banks of the Anveru ; and casting behind them, over their heads, the fruits of the Mauritia palm-tree, they saw...
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