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Chavantes is a municipality in the state of São Paulo in Brazil. The population in 2003 is 12,437 and the area is 188.16 square kilometres. The elevation is 563 metres.
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by J.G. Heck
Aroes, Tapirakes, Chavantes, Cherentes, Puchetys, Carayas, Tapacoas, &c. ; and especially the Ges or Gez, a great nation, of whom many populous ...
by Joseph Sabin
The xavantes, Chavantes, or xerentes inhabited the banks of the river Tocantins, in the province of Goyaz, Brazil. Rodr1guez Gu1llen (P.) See Guillen (P. R.), Vol. v11., No. 29232. Rodr1guez Lamego (M.) Assiento|y Capitvlacion qve|se tomo ...
The Century Dictionary: The Century cyclopedia of names ... ed. by Benjamin E. Smith ... vol. I (1895)
Amon the more important ones, besides the Botocudos, are the Carahós, Cayapós, Chavantes, Cherentes, and Gés. The stock is believed to be the most ancient in Brazil, and it has been connected with the human remains found in caverns ...
A Work of Universal Reference in All Departments of Knowledge with a New Atlas of the World
Among the more important ones, besides the Botocudos, are the Carolina, Cayopos, Chavantes, Cherentes, and Gés. The stock is believed to be the most ancient in Brazil, and it has been connected with the human remains iouiid in caverns ...
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