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Mixteco: Acatlán...
"The Mixtec Indians, or Mixtecos, numbering about 200,000 in
the State of Oaxaca and adjoining areas of Guerrero and Puebla,
Mexico, occupied the Valley of Oaxaca from the 9th century
A.D., and there, after ousting the Zapotecs, established a culture
rich in art and architecture.   After a final savage resistance to
domination by the Conquistadores, they were defeated by
Pedro de Alvarado.

Mixteco, a language related to Otomí and Chichimeca, is spoken
in numerous regional dialects.   Amuzgo and Cuicateco are termed
Mixtecan tongues, and Trique is mentioned with them as a
possible link with the Mazateco and Popoloca languages.   The
Acatlán dialect of Mixteco is spoken in the area of the Municipio
of Xayaxaltán de Bravo, in southwestern Puebla, Mexico."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1966 Mark (with Spanish)   SB de México
Translated by Kent and Mary Lou Wistrand, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1966" Mark 1:2 incorrect (Isaías = Isaiah).   WBT uses W&H / CT.]


Mixteco: Guerrero...
"The Guerrero dialect of Mixteco is spoken by about 10,000
Mixtecos in the neighborhood of the Municipio of Metlatonoc,
near the Guerrero-Puebla-Oaxaca border."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1959 Mark (with Spanish)   ABS, Mexico
Translated by K. Overholt, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1959" Mark 1:2 incorrect (Isaías = Isaiah). ]


Mixteco: Ocotepec...
"The Ocotepec dialect of Mixteco is spoken in the Santo Tomás
Ocotepec area of mountainous west-central Oaxaca."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1965 Acts (with Spanish)   SB en México
Translated by Ruth Mary Alexander, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1965" Acts 1:1-2 unknown.]


Mixteco: Peñoles...
"The Peñoles dialect of Mixteco is spoken by about 9,000 Indians
in west-central Oaxaca, Mexico, slightly east of the area in
which the Ocotepec dialect is spoken.   It is also known as Eastern
Mixteco
."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"1966 Mark (with Spanish)   SB de México
Translated by John P. Daly, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1966" Mark 1:2 incorrect (Isaiás = Isaiah).]


Mixteco: Pinotepa Nacional...
"The Pinotepa Nacional dialect of Mixteco is spoken by about
5,000 people in the Jicaltepec area of Oaxaca, or around the
Municipio of Pinotepa Nacional, in southwestern Oaxaca.
It is also known as Lowland Mixtec."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"Diglot of Spanish
1962 Mark SB en México
1967 Acts SB de México
Translated by Charles Henry Bradley and his wife, Barbara, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1962" Mark 1:2 incorrect (Isaías = Isaiah).]


Mixteco: San Esteban Atatlahuca...
"This dialect of Mixteco is spoken by about 3,000 Indians in the
area around San Esteban Atatlahuca, Tlaxiaco, in west-central
Oaxaca, slightly south of the Ocotepec dialectal area of Mixteco."
-- 1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"Diglot with Spanish
1952 Luke   1953 John   Acts   Philippians   Peter   1 John
Tipográfica Indígena, Cuernavaca
1964 Romans SB en México
Translated by Cora Mak and Ruth Mary Alexander, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1953" John 2:1-4 unknown.]


Mixteco: San Miguel el Grande...
"This Mixteco dialect is spoken by about 20,000 Indians around
San Miguel el Grande, in west-central Oaxaca, southwest of the
area in which the Ocotepec dialect is spoken.   It is also known as
Highland Mixteco."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

"Diglot with Spanish
1947 Mark   Philippians ABS, Mexico
1950 John   1, 2 Thessalonians   1-3 John   SIL, Mexico
1951 New Testament Tipográfica Indígena, Cuernavaca
Translated by Kenneth L. Pike, Donald S. Stark, WBT, Angel
Merecias, and native informants.
"
--1000 Tongues   [Info only: "1947" Mark 1:2 unknown ( ).]

"1955 Ruth Tipográfica Indígena, Cuernavaca
Translated by Anne Dyk and Betty Stoudt, WBT."
--1000 Tongues   [Info only]

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