Solapas principales

Información básica

Nombre analítico: 
Ortografía de Ximénez (quc): 
tuhal ha
Ortografía de Ximénez (es): 
tuhal ha
Ortografía de Recinos: 
Ortografía de Colop: 
Tujal Ja

Christenson (2007, fn516): "The Tujal Ja (Sweatbath House) occupied the area surrounding the modern community of Sacapulas (Recinos 1950, 171 n. 6; Fox 1978, 76). Fox suggests that the settlement of this lineage may be identified with the ruins of Chutinamit, located just across the river and north of present-day Sacapulas, which once controlled the valuable salt springs nearby (Fox 1978, 81). The Tujalhas were conquered by Lord Quicab in the early fifteenth century at the same time as the rest of the Sacapulas Valley (Recinos and Goetz 1953, 93; 1957, 141-143; Carmack 1973, 369-371)."

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Fuentes Bibliográficas: 
Recinos, Adrián. Popol Vuh: Las Antiguas Historias Del Quiché. 36.ª ed. México: Fondo de Cultura Económica. Print.
Christenson, Allen J. Popol Vuh: The Sacred Book Of The Maya. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2007. Print.