GUADALUPE Alejandro Gómez de Tuddo, photographs.
Place Published: Oaxaca, Méx.
Date Published: 2002
Book Id: 73432
color and b/w plates, plans in rice paper, bibl., cat., color pict. wrps.
SPANISH LANGUAGE EDITION. A detailed and extensively illustrated history and iconography of the phenomena of the Virgin of Guadalupe. From the precolombian aztec goddess Tonantzin worshipped in the hill of the Tepeyácac; the controversial apparition of the Virgin of Guadalupe to Juan Diego; its influence in the colonial life; its participation as banner of the Independence and emblem of a national identity; to her constant presence in different religious, political, and social events of our time. Finally there are interesting testimonies on from persons and communities from many parts of the world that include: the Indians Maori of New Zealand and the Chicanos, Latinos, Apaches and Sikhs in the United States.