|Film Description:||Unedited ethnographic footage|
Guatemala. Film producer unknown, possibly by John M. Dimick, or Aubrey S. Trik, late 1940s or early 1950s.
Easter festival: Elaborate procession and reenactment with costumes of Roman soldiers and others.
Loading pigs on to a boat.
People carrying large loads up hills.
Maya costumes for another festivity, including children as el tigre
Zaculeu, a Maya archaeological site. The dig was originally organized by the United Fruit Company, and carried out by John M.Dimick and others.
|Contributor:||Film producer unknown, possibly by John M. Dimick, or Aubrey S. Trik|
|Topics:||Guatemala, Tourists, Easter festival, Lake Atitlan, Santiago, Huehuetenango, Village life, Textiles, Marketplaces, Antiquities, Maya antiquities, Maya people, K'iche' people, Quiché people|
|Tags:||K'iche' people | Easter festival | Guatemala | Huehuetenango | Lake Atitlan | Maya antiquities | Qiche people | Textiles|
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