Utopia de piedra: el arte tequitqui de México

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Conexión Gráfica, Jan 1, 2005 - Acculturation - 332 pages
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Expert art historian presents historical, anthropological and geographic perspectives of the Indian-Christian Tequitqui art and related architecture of the 16th-century monasteries in Mexico. The author analizes the transculturation period where the monks transmited the Christian symbols to the native artists who with new iconographic elements integrated their Pre-Columbian cultural icons.

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Contents

Prefacio
17
la Conquista Espiritual
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II Estrategias de Evangelización
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