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  1. Uspantán - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Nov 15, 2020 · En Uspantán actuó el Ejército Guerrillero de los Pobres, el cual justificaba los atentados a la infraestructura que cometía argumentando que afectaban, por un lado, los intereses económicos del Estado y de los sectores productivos, y por el otro, que vulneraban al Ejército: «Destruir infraestructura con el concepto de decir vamos a ...

  2. Communities of People in Resistance - Wikipedia

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    Oct 30, 2020 · A decade later, about half were still there, although the Army's offensives between 1987 and 1989 drove some 5,000 people out. Later others settled on their own outside the CPRs, north of Uspantán. In mid-1992, there were about seventeen thousand inhabitants of the Sierra CPRs and about six thousand in Ixcán, or a total of approximately ...

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    • Civilian subsistence organization
  3. Mayan languages - Wikipedia

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    Mayan languages are the descendants of a proto-language called Proto-Mayan or, in Kʼicheʼ Maya, Nabʼee Mayaʼ Tzij ("the old Maya Language"). The Proto-Mayan language is believed to have been spoken in the Cuchumatanes highlands of central Guatemala in an area corresponding roughly to where Qʼanjobalan is spoken today.

  4. Spanish conquest of Guatemala - Wikipedia

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    Nov 10, 2020 · Uspantán and the Ixil After the western portion of the Cuchumatanes fell to the Spanish, the Ixil and Uspantek Maya were sufficiently isolated to evade immediate Spanish attention. The Uspantek and the Ixil were allies and in 1529, four years after the conquest of Huehuetenango, Uspantek warriors were harassing Spanish forces and Uspantán was trying to foment rebellion among the Kʼicheʼ.

    • Spanish victory
  5. Municipalities of Guatemala - Wikipedia

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    Nov 08, 2020 · Departments of Guatemala; Number Name Map Municipalities 1 Alta Verapaz: Chahal; Chisec; Cobán; Fray Bartolomé de las Casas; San Agustín Lanquín; Panzós

  6. Santa María (volcano) - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · Santa María Volcano is a large active volcano in the western highlands of Guatemala, in the Quetzaltenango Department near the city of Quetzaltenango.. The volcano was known as Gagxanul in the local K'iche' language, before the 16th century Spanish conquest of the region.

  7. Uspanteks - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

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    Nov 10, 2020 · Els uspanteks són un grup ètnic d'origen maia de Guatemala.La seva llengua indígena és també anomenada uspantek i està estretament relacionat amb el quitxé. Els uspanteks viuen als municipis d'Uspantán i Playa Grande Iscan, al departament d'El Quiché.

  8. Nentón - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · Nentón is a town and municipality in the Guatemalan department of Huehuetenango. Its territory extends 717 km 2 with a population of 45,679. It became a municipality on December 5, 1876 and was formerly known as San Benito Nentón. The population here speaks Spanish and Chuj.

  9. Fernando Romeo Lucas García - Wikipedia

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    6 days ago · General Fernando Romeo Lucas García (4 July 1924 – 27 May 2006) was the 37th President of Guatemala from 1 July 1978 to 23 March 1982. He was elected as Institutional Democratic Party candidate (with the support of the Revolutionary Party).

  10. El Quiché - Viquipèdia, l'enciclopèdia lliure

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    Nov 09, 2020 · Uspantán; Zacualpa; Història. Segons fra Francisco Ximénez (segle XVII-XVIII), la paraula quiché significa ‘bosc, selva, molts arbres'. Es compon de les veus ki: ‘quants'; che: ‘arbres', que va produir també la paraula quiché kechelau, que significa ‘bosc’.