Zapotec

Zapotec /ˈzæpəˌtɛk/ or zapoteca /sapo'teka/ may refer to:

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List Of Zapotec Languages
... The Zapotec languages are a group of closely related indigenous Mesoamerican languages that constitute a main branch of the Oto-Manguean language family and which is spoken by the Zapotec people from ... Zapotec-speaking communities are also found in the neighboring states of Puebla, Veracruz, and Guerrero ... Labor migration has also brought a number of native Zapotec-speakers to the United States, particularly in California ...
List Of Zapotec Languages - Documentation and Scholarship
... Franciscan and/or Dominican friars published a vocabulary and grammar of Zapotec in the 16th century ... In the past century there have been ongoing efforts to produce Zapotec alphabets and to write in Zapotec ... The Isthmus Zapotec alphabet in use today was founded in the 1950s, drawing from works going back as far as the 1920s ...
Lambityeco - Background - The Zapotecs
... The Zapotec civilization was a native ancient culture that flourished in the Valley of Oaxaca of southern Mesoamerica ... Little is known about the Zapotec origins, unlike other mesoamerican cultures, thy did not have a known tradition or legend about their origins, they believed that were born directly from rocks, trees and ... (500 BCE to 750 CE) Altépetl or City-State Stage (750 a 1521 CE) The expansion of the Zapotec empire peaked during the Monte Alban II phase ...
List Of Zapotec Languages - Grammar - Noun Morphology
... There is virtually no true morphology in the Zapotec noun ... they arguably are not true affixes.) The only clear morphology in most varieties of Zapotec is the derivational prefix /ʂ-/ (or its cognate) that ... Compare Mitla Zapotec /koʰb/ 'dough', /ʃ-koʰb/ 'dough of' ...
Zapotec - Music
... March of the Zapotec/Holland EP, released by the band Beirut. ...