Zapotec

An American Indian people of southern Mexico, now numbering approximately 250,000, living mainly in Oaxaca. The Zapotec language, which belongs to the Oto-Mangean family, has nine dialects. The...
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Zapotec

adjective of or relating to the language or culture of the Zapotec people
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Zapotec

Middle American Indian population living in eastern and southern Oaxaca in southern Mexico.[12 related articles]
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Zapotec

Zapotec (zä'putek, sä'–) , indigenous people of Mexico, primarily in S Oaxaca and on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. Little is known of the origin of the Zapotec. Unlike most native peoples of Middle America, they had no traditions or legends of migration, but believed themselves...
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Zapotec

The Zapotec are a North American Indian people of south Mexico, now numbering approximately 250,000, living mainly in Oaxaca. The Zapotec language, which belongs to the Oto-Mangean family, has nine dialects.
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Zapotec

An American Indian people of southern Mexico, now numbering approximately 250,000, living mainly in Oaxaca. The Zapotec language, which belong s to the Oto-Mangean family, has nine dialects. The ancient Zapotec built the ceremonial centre of Monte Albán 1000–500 BC. They developed one of...
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