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In this absorbing volume, he shows the island's human face, revealing how Lindisfarne and its people have responded to trial, tribulation and triumph in the course of a long and vibrant history. This tiny place witnessed one of the last stands of the 'British' Celtic peoples against the invading Anglo-Saxons in the 6th century.
It has been the home of saints and scholars, most notably St.
Aidan and St. Cuthbert, and famously produced the medieval masterpiece known as the "Lindisfarne Gospels". Less familiar to readers, perhaps, will be that the island experienced the first recorded Viking invasion in , and was involved in the 17th century Civil War and the 18th century Jacobite Rebellion.
Today its ruined 11th century Priory and 16th century Castle - later redesigned by the great English architect Edwin Lutyens - draw pilgrims and visitors from all over the world. Wherever you walk on Lindisfarne, the past impinges on the present Originally published: Part I.
Unique ecosystem is the heart of coastal Georgia -- Part II. Plantation intrigue, old ironsides in the antebellum -- Part IV. He had massive bonfire parties, burning all the Mayan texts and books In case you didn't know, the Maya made folding books out of bark paper. He also "punished" any Maya who tried to maintain their religious practices, rather than accept the yoke of Catholicism.
He essentially represents the kind of person I hate most in this world. Yet, he also in part a very small part represents the kind of person I respect in this world.
You see, even as he was destroying the Maya civilization and literature, he was simultaneously trying to record everything he saw. Paradoxically, he had an interest in the civilization he was destroying.
He wrote down the spoken accounts and stories of the Maya people, about what life was like before the Spanish got there. He also attempted to record the Mayan written language, by using some native Maya scribes to write down the Spanish "sounds" corresponding to their Mayan characters. Meaning, he tried to record a sound-for-sound Mayan alphabet, so the language could be reproduced.
What he didn't realize, is that the Mayan language doesn't use an alphabet, it uses a syllabary. I'll save the difference between those two for some later discussion, but suffice to say: De Landa was no linguist. Yet, giving credit where credit is due however grudgingly , it is because of De Landa's attempt that we were eventually able to decipher written Mayan text, and now we can read Ancient Mayan writing!
Well, what little remains of it, after the rogering the Spanish gave to the entire continent.