- Unknown Binding: 162 pages
- Publisher: The Maya Society; 2nd edition (1937)
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00085LC7C
- Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
Too much destruction by the enemies of the people. One should never do unto others that which he does not want others to do unto him.Published 16 days ago by Moses Ouzounian
A translation of the works of Frair Deigo de Landa, written during the time of the first interaction between the late Mayans and the Spaniards. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gary Cameron
This is good information but sad. Everyone should be made aware of the truth so that it doesn't happen again.Published 10 months ago by Randy Hayes
I used this book to get a little more information for traveling to this region in Mexico. It was good to give so much background, but a little dry at times as many history books... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Wildwood
I had to read this book to understand why so many persons in South and Central America despise Friar Deiego de Landa.
So much (99. Read more
Father De Landa wrote his impressions from the 1500s on the Mayan Indians - awesome! One of the only original sourcesPublished 18 months ago by jean Solana
We no longer use "Indians," but Native Americans, Indigenous People, First People or -- best of all -- the specific name. In this case it is almost always "Maya". Read morePublished 18 months ago by D.
You have to like archaeology to enjoy this. I do and reading account from the first whites in the area was interesting.Published 22 months ago by Dixie