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Western Q'anjob'al: See Acatec

"Western Q'anjob'al" (or Western Qanjobal) is an alternate name for the Acatec language. The Akateko and Q'anjob'al languages are closely related, and Acatec was once considered a dialect of Q'anjob'al. Today, the Mexican government and most linguists recognize Akateko as a distinct language.

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Western Q'anjob'al Resources

Here are links to our webpages about the Western Qanjobal tribe and language:
 Akatek language
 Q'anjob'al language
 Mayan Indians
 Maya myths
 Mayan words translation
 Mesoamerican cultures map
 Languages spoken in Mexico

Here are some additional Internet resources regarding Western Q'anjob'al:
 Wikipedia: Western Qanjobal Language
 Ethnologue: Western Q'anjob'al
 OLAC Resources for Western Qanjobal

Books about the Western Q'anjob'al Mayas

Here are a few good books about the Western Qanjobal:
 We Were Taught To Plant Corn, Not To Kill
 The Ancient Maya

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