The Open Chapel Historical

The Open Chapel Historical (HM1WOG)

Location: , Yucatán Merida
Country: Mexico

N 21° 5.468', W 89° 35.828'

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Capilla AbiertaLa construcción de la capilla se puede fechar entre 1590 y 1600; su ubicación dentro de la Plaza Central sugiere que en este espacio, ya desde tiempos prehispánicos se llevaban a cabo ceremonias importantes, que se prolongaron hasta la época de la conquista con la religión católica; se supone que en esta entonces Dzibilchaltún tenía una población numerosa que justificó la construcción de la capilla. En el frente se puede apreciar la base que delimitaba su extensión, zona que quedó cubierta por lo que fue su nave, hecha de paja y morillos de madera. Conserva aún estuco pintado. Los restos de la casa cural, que se pueden ver inmediatamente al norte, albergaron a los frailes que llegaban a oficiar. Maya-Yucateco:Je'epaja'an Chan Najil K'u'.U meentpajlil le najil k'u'a' ku páajtal u ts'a'abal u k'iin ichil 1590 yéetel 1600; u yantal ichil le k'iiwikil chúumuko' ku ya'alik te'ela', kitak ma' k'uchuk káastlan máako'obe', ku meenta'al nojoch k'ulta'jo'ob, jbeeta'abo'ob xan ka k'uch le káastlan máako'obo'; ku tukulta'ale' ti' le k'iino'obo' Dzibilchaltune' anchaj ti' ya'ab kajnáalilo'ob yéetel leten beeta'ab le chan najil k'u'o'. Tu táane ku páajtal u yila'al u chuunil tu ye'esaj tak tu'uk ku k'uchul, lela' jp'áat pixa'an tyo'olal u wiinklil, meenta'an yéetel xa'an yéetel che'. Yaan
ti' u xiixelo'ob luuk' bona'an. U xóot'olo'obil le tu'ux ku yantal le jk'iino'obo', ku yila'al te' xamano', te' ku k'a'amal le jk'lino'ob ku taalo'ob ka'ach meyaj te'ela'.English:The Open ChapelThe construction of the chapel can be dated between 1590 and 1600. Its placement in the Central Square suggests that, since Pre-Hispanic times, this space was used for important ceremonies; ceremonies that continued within the Hispano-Catholic ritual. It is understood that Dzibilchaltun was sufficiently populated to justify the construction of a chapel. From the front one can see the baser that outlined its extension, an area covered with what once was its nave, made out of straw and branches. The painted stucco can still be seen. The remains of the parish, directly to the North, housed the Friars who came to officiate.
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HM NumberHM1WOG
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Placed ByInstituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH)
Marker ConditionNo reports yet
Date Added Sunday, January 29th, 2017 at 5:02pm PST -08:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)16Q E 230178 N 2334435
Decimal Degrees21.09113333, -89.59713333
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 21° 5.468', W 89° 35.828'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds21° 5' 28.08" N, 89° 35' 49.68" W
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Closest Postal AddressAt or near Unnamed Road, Yucatán , MX
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