View Larger Image. Literatura Indigena series number First edition limited to copies. The document was written and initially kept in the city of Solola , near Lake Atitlan, until it was found in the archives of the convent of San Francisco de Guatemala in subsequently translated by abbot Charles Etienne Brasseur de Bourbourg in in French, the same translator of Rabinal Achi and one of the first translations of the Popol Vuh. The manuscript tells the history and mythology of the village Cakchiquel, preserved orally for centuries and finally collected and preserved by members of patrilineage Xahil, Cakchiquel kings. It emphasizes first the cosmogony with the magical vision of the divine origin of the kings in the introduction of the text.

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Memorial de Solola Anales de Cakchiqueles. Titulo de los Senores de Totonicapan

Brinton in The mythical and legendary part of the manuscript, which must have been orally preserved for centuries, was finally collected and preserved by members of the Xahil tinamit or lineage. The historical narrative continues with the exploits of kings and warriors and their various conquests, the founding of villages, and the succession of rulers up to the time of the Spanish Conquest. Like the Popol Vuh , the Annals also identifies the almost legendary Tulan as the place from which they all set out, at least at one point in their various migrations. The Kaqchikel document continues with an account of their journeys and the places through which they passed along the way, ending with a sober, factual account of the Conquest.


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Memorial de Sololá, Anales de los cakchiqueles


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