Xinca people
The Xinca, also known as the Xinka, are a non-Mayan indigenous people of Mesoamerica, with communities in the southern portion of Guatemala, near its border with El Salvador, and in the mountainous region to the north.
Their language (the Xinca language) is generally classed as a language isolate with no demonstrated affiliations with other language families, although it has a large number of loan words from Mayan languages.
The Xinka (also spelled Szinca or Xinca) may have been among the earliest inhabitants of southeastern Guatemala, predating the arrival of the Maya and the Pipil. The Xinka themselves spell their name with a 'k' rather than with a 'c'.

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Xinca people - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Xinca, also known as the Xinka, are a non-Mayan indigenous people of Mesoamerica, with communities in the southern portion of Guatemala, near its ...
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Xincan languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Xinca (Szinca) is a small family of Mesoamerican languages, now nearly extinct, once spoken by the indigenous Xinca people in southeastern Guatemala, much ...
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Xinca | people | Encyclopedia Britannica
Before Spanish colonization, Xinca people used relatively simple technologies and social organization, particularly when compared to neighbouring Mayan ...
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XINCA OF GUATEMALA - People Groups
Overview: The Xinca of Guatemala, numbering 18,500, are Engaged yet Unreached. They are part of the South American Indigenous people cluster within the ...
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The Xinca - Qué Pasa Magazine
1 Mar 2015 ... Efforts to promote Xinca pride and culture increased after 1995, when the Xinca people were recognized as one of Guatemala's four main ...
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Xinca - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster Dictionary
a : an Indian people of southeastern Guatemala. b : a member of such people. 2. : a Xincan language of the Xinca people. They have strong associations now, ...
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In Solidarity with the Xinca People of Santa María Xalapan ...
18 Mar 2013 ... In Solidarity with the Xinca people of Santa María Xalapan The Assembly of the Peoples of Huehuetenango (ADH), members of the Western ...
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Indigenous Peoples of the World: The Xinca - Intercontinental Cry
Indigenous Peoples Archive - Xinca. -. LATEST ARTICLES ... cover. People Land Truth 2013The best of IC Magazine (Fall 2012-Summer 2013). Order. cover.
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Xinca | people | Encyclopedia Britannica
Xinca, Mesoamerican Indians of southeastern Guatemala. Xinca territory traditionally extended about 50 miles (80 km) along the Río Los Esclavos in Guatemala ...
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Overview: The Xinca of Guatemala, numbering 18,500, are Engaged yet Unreached. They are part of the South American Indigenous people cluster within the ...
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Spanish conquest of Guatemala University Press of Colorado, Thames ... The municipality of Guazacapán covers 172 km² with a population of some 12,250 as of ... Unfortunately, today Xinca is only spoken by three people in Guazacapan.
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... of the Xinca people in the mountain communities of eastern Guatemala, and ... on indigenous and minority rights, held at the University of London's Senate ...
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Jalapa, the community of Santa María Xalapán and the Xinca people. Jalapa and ...... students at USAC (Guatemala's University of San Carlos). CIFCA's study ...
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Xinca People
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, 2010
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Guatemalan Society: Demographics of Guatemala, ...
LLC Books, 2010
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Xinca Language
Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, Susan F. Marseken, 2010
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Food, Cuisine, and Cultural Competency for Culinary, ...
Sari Edelstein, 2010
This broad spectrum of cultures is highly enriched by the diversity within the indigenous population, which comprises people of 21 different Mayan linguistic groups. Guatemala is also the homeland of the Xinca people, who are non- Mayan ...
Indigenous Peoples: Self-determination, Knowledge, Indigeneity
Henry Minde, 2008
It is made up of four ethnic groups: the Criollo-Ladino people born of European or mixed European and Indigenous parents, the Mayan people, the Xinca people, and the Garífuna people of Afro-Caribbean descent. Collectively, the indigenous  ...
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Mesoamerican Indians of southeastern Guatemala. Xinca territory traditionally extended about 50 miles (80 km) along the Río Los Esclavos in Guatemala and extended to the El Salvador...
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NISGUA: The Council of Maya and Xinca Peoples denounces the Guatemalan State in the IACHR
The Council presents their demand on September 3, 2013. Photo: CPO THE COUNCIL OF MAYA AND Xinca peopleS DENOUNCES THE GUATEMALAN STATE IN THE INTER-AMERICAN COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS On February 28, 2013, the Guatemalan Constitutional Court dismissed the Council’s challenge of unconstitutionality filed against the mining law on March 12, 2012. As a result of leaving the current Mining Law in force, the State of Guatemala violates its responsibilities under international law, under which it is obliged to guarantee the effective exercise of our rights to political participation, consultation and consent regarding such legislation. The collective and individual human rights that have been violated by the State of Guatemala are: a.
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In Solidarity with the Xinca People of Santa María Xalapan | GOLDCORP OUT NEWS
In Solidarity with the Xinca people of Santa María Xalapan The Assembly of the Peoples of Huehuetenango (ADH), members of the Western Peoples Counsil (CPO) make the following declaration before national and international public opinion: Today we awake again to the regrettable news about the kidnapping of the leadership of the Xinca parliament,…
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The Xinca - Qué Pasa Magazine
The smallest and most mysterious of Guatemala’s four main ethnicities is the Xinca, a non-Mayan indigenous group that dominated the southeastern part of the country between 900 and 1100 C.E. Before the arrival of the Spanish, Xinca territory spanned from the shores of the Pacific Ocean to the fertile highlands of Jalapa. Even though linguistic similarities have been demonstrated between the Xinca and Aztec languages, most scholars agree that the Xinca emigrated along the Pacific Coast from South America.
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The Xinca Lead Dogs - The Indigenous History of El Salvador
Given these four great discoveries in a short period of time – the tzolk'in, the Mars long-count calendar, taming animals, and cultivation – at least two of the Maya-ancestor elites became full of arrogance and hubris. This is known because the Popol Vuh says these events took place at Silisib, which translates as "rise up and puff up." Because of that hubris, they continued the practice of heart sacrifice (human sacrifice) which they had first initiated as a price for tobacco from the Xibalba. The Popol Vuh (pg 165) describes the next events to take place as the "abduction of...
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