Symbolism and ritual practices related to hunting in Maya communities from central Quintana Roo, Mexico

Resumen en inglés: "Background: Some Mayan peasant-hunters across the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico still carry out a hunting ritual –Loojil Ts’oon, Loj Ts’oon or Carbine Ceremony– in which they renew the divine permission for hunting in order to continue deserving the gift of prey after a period...

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Main Authors: Dídac Santos Fita, Eduardo J Naranjo, Erin IJ Estrada Lugo, Ramón Mariaca Méndez, Eduardo Bello Baltazar
Format: info:eu-repo/semantics/article biblioteca
Subjects:info:eu-repo/classification/Tesauro/Manejo de vida silvestre;Caza;Ritos y ceremonias;Usos y costumbres;Mayas, info:eu-repo/classification/Tesauro/Wildlife management;Hunting;Rites and ceremonies;Manners and customs;Mayas, info:eu-repo/classification/cti/4, info:eu-repo/classification/cti/51,
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