Epitafio sobre ninguna piedra (영어 번역)
Epitafio sobre ninguna piedra
Mixcoac is an area of southern Mexico City which used to be a separate town and municipality within the Mexican Federal District until it was made part of Mexico City proper. The name "Mixcoac" comes from the Nahuatl language mixtli (cloud), coatl (serpent), cómo (in), and means "Place of the Cloud Serpent", alluding to the Milky Way and the god Mixcóatl.
Epitaph on no stone
- 1. Mixcoac - Aztec archaeological site south of Mexico City. Spanish conquistadors practically destroyed this Aztec settlement to the ground.
- 2. Nuestra Señora, mother of Jesus - in Mexican Catholicism "Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe", or "Virgen de Guadalupe"
- 3. Tolvanera Madre - mother of dust storms - here Octavio Paz compares the Catholicism brought by the Spaniards and forced upon the natives to adopt it to a whirlwind of dust, the destructive wind of the plains (remolino de polvo y viento en los llanos) ... https://glosbe.com/es/en/tolvanera
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