History of the Conquest of the Province of the Itza: Subjugation and events of the Lacandon and other nations of unciviled indians in the lands from the kingdom of Guatemala to the provinces of Yucatan in North America. Juan de Villagutierre Soto-Mayor, S. M. Brother Robert D. Wood, edited, Frank E. Ccomparato.

History of the Conquest of the Province of the Itza: Subjugation and events of the Lacandon and other nations of unciviled indians in the lands from the kingdom of Guatemala to the provinces of Yucatan in North America

Culver City, CA: Labyrinthos, 1983. Paperback. xx, 432p., + [18]p. of maps, 8.5x11 inches, very good condition in wraps; first English edition. One map laid in.

The Itza are a Mayan indigenous people who were originally based in the Yucatan but later migrated to modern-day Guatemala. They were the last Maya kingdom to remain independent of the Spanish before being conquered in 1697. Today they are an ethnic minority in the Petén Basin in Guatemala.

Cat.No: 271575
ISBN: 0911437010

Price: $15.00