Urarina


Urarina
Kacha edze
Urarina shaman B Dean.jpg
Chamán de la etnia urarina. 1988.
Otros nombres Urarina, itucali, itukale, itucale, Ytucali, singacuchusca, arucui, shimacu, chimaco, chambira, chambirino.
Población total 4 854
Idioma urarina
Religión n/d
Etnias relacionadas n/d

El pueblo urarina (shimaku, shimacu, itukali); es una nación indígena de la amazonia peruana que habita territorios de la provincia de Loreto de la cuenca del río Chambira (afluente del Marañón).[1] Hablan una lengua propia, el urarina, que es hablado por menos de 5 mil personas. Desde el punto de vista lingüístico el urarina es una lengua aislada.

Enlaces externos

  • Urarina en SelvasPerú.org
  • [2] Dean, Bartholomew 2009 Urarina Society, Cosmology, and History in Peruvian Amazonia, Gainesville: University Press of Florida ISBN 978-081303378

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