Phone: 202.544.2422Email: info@historians.org, Payments: PO Box 347214, Pittsburgh PA 15251-4214, What are the various translations that any English-language version of the. The authoritative English translation--quoted above--is Popol Vuh: The Definitive Edition of the Mayan Book of the Dawn of Life and the Glories of Gods and Kings. A Christian priest, Francisco Ximénez, copied this text and translated it into Spanish in the early 1700s. and stories from the Judeo-Christian tradition? September 2018 um 23:47 Uhr bearbeitet. What are some of the possible problems with or limitations of using the, as a source of cultural information? What other question(s) about the text would you like to ask or answer? For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: ). Die Götter erschaffen die ersten, unvollkommenen, gefühllosen Menschen. It chronicles the creation of humankind, the actions of Mayan peoples had developed a rich tradition of hieroglyphic writing many centuries before Europeans invaded their lands. Giron: The Popol Vuh; it’s, it’s a tale of the … Can you think of stories from other cultures that have a similar sequence of events? Popol Vuh (ungefär "Rådets bok") är mayafolkets heliga skrift, skriven på quiché. Originaltext auf K'itschê' gemäß der Edition von Sam Colop (1999), für deutschsprachige Leser neu transliteriert und mit Recinos’ und Cordans Übersetzungen synoptisch parallelisiert durch Hans Zimmermann (2008), Ohio State University Libraries: Popol Wuj, https://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Popol_Vuh&oldid=181053971, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. It is considered by many Mayans as their equivalent to the Christian Bible and is held in deep reverence by them. Groups who are interested should contact reference@newberry.org for more information. Det mest fullständiga bevarade manuskriptet av Popol Vuh finns på Newberry Library i Chicago och är skrivet på mayaspråket quiché. – fiel um das Jahr 1702 dem spanischen Dominikaner-Priester Francisco Ximénez in der guatemaltekischen Stadt Chichicastenango in die Hände. Efter spanjorernas erövring av Guatemala producerades i hemlighet kopior med latinska bokstäver av de äldre böckerna som skrevs med de ursprungliga glyferna. What trials do Hunahpu and Xbalanque experience in the underworld? By whom? 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Ayer acquired this copy of the Ximénez manuscript and brought it to Chicago.It has been in the Newberry since 1912, soon after Ayer began donating items from his collection to the library. Groups are required to schedule their visit a minimum of one month in advance. There was no documentation concerning the condition or appearance of the binding or text when it arrived at the Newberry, and the existing binding covers were not original, but rather added by Newberry binders in the 1930s or ’40s. The story of the struggle between the Hero Twins, Hunahpu (One Blowgunner) and Xbalanque (Little Jaguar Sun, or Jaguar Deer), and the lords of Xibalba also yields rich characterizations of Mayan social ethics, hierarchies, and cosmology. The Popol Vuh manuscript came to the Newberry along with several other contemporary manuscripts by Francisco Ximenez, all of which are cataloged together as Ayer MS 1515. This binding restricted movement of the pages, putting undue stress on the paper, and obstructed areas of marginalia. The Newberry can also accommodate groups of up to 15 people (aged 14 years or older) who wish to see the Popol Vuh. 10.56. Removal of the binding included: separation of the covers from the text, cleaning the glue and paper linings from the spine, cutting the sewing threads, and separating the pages. With increased handling of the delicate manuscript during the filming and scanning process, it was absolutely critical to stabilize the paper and inks. Readers of Spanish or English, however, have access to a text version of the Mayan creation story that has a modern history. It was acquired by Abbot Charles-Étienne Brasier de Bourbourg (1814–1874), who used it to produce an edition of the Popol Vuh. Es schließt sich eine detaillierte Beschreibung der Gründung und weiteren Geschichte des Quiché-Reiches an, dessen Königsfamilie auf göttlichen Ursprung zurückgeführt wird. 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