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/zɑməkownə/

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  1. RELACIN DE PNFILO DE ZAMACONA Y NUEZ, HIDALGO DE LUARCA EN ASTURIAS, TOCANTE AL
  2. Virgen muestra Seora, YO, PNFILO DE ZAMACONA, HIJO DE PEDRO GUZMAN Y ZAMACONA, HIDALGO,
  3. of what I was reading. The Narrative of Pnfilo de Zamacona y Nuez, gentleman,
  4. and the primal mysteries it represented. Before that gulf Pnfilo de Zamacona and I stood
  5. Of his youth in Luarca, a small, placid port on the Bay of Biscay, Zamacona told little.
  6. them in the land of buffaloesyoung Zamacona managed to join the picked party of 300, and
  7. buffaloes abounded, and where there flowed a river two leagues wide. Zamacona told briefly
  8. made his final forty-two-day march with a very small and select detachment, Zamacona
  9. very severe toward those who brought him stories. Zamacona, more patient than Coronado, found
  10. It was Charging Buffalo who told Zamacona of the queer stone doorways, gates, or cave-mouths
  11. would not listen to Indian talk any more. Yeshe could shew Zamacona the way if the
  12. Zamacona was held spellbound by the Indians tale, and at once resolved to accept his guidance
  13. On October 7, 1541, at an hour close to midnight, Zamacona stole out of the Spanish camp near
  14. of the trip the manuscript told very little, but Zamacona records his arrival at the great
  15. his pack of supplies with signs of haste. He had provided Zamacona with a good stock
  16. to share in the venture that lay ahead. Zamacona gave him the trinkets he had kept for such
  17. arrive. In the manuscript Zamacona expressed a wistful
  18. Zamacona felt no immediate premonition of evil upon entering that ominous doorway, though
  19. lateral passageway, would remind Zamacona that this was in truth the aeon-forgotten
  20. For three days, as best he could reckon, Pnfilo de Zamacona scrambled down, up, along, and