Zuñi mythology, the Aihayuta are a 2nd pair of twin-brother heroes who complement the 1st set of twin-brother heroes, the Ahayuta.
In literature [ edit ]
Aihayuta to refer to the second pair of Twins who were generated at while the people were searching for the Hanlhibinkya Center Place." "Bunzel (1932 : 597) states that the second pair ... were generated by a
waterfall at Hanlhibinkya." "D. Tedlock (1972 : 225-69) gives the names
Uyuyuwi and Ma’asewi to the pair of Twins who were created while the people were searching for the Center Place". [1 ]
^ M. Jane Young : "Morning Star, Evening Star : Zuni Traditional Stories", p. 94, n. 3. In :- Ray A. Williamson & Claire R. Farrer : Earth & Sky : Visions of the Cosmos in Native American Folklore. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1992. pp. 75–100
References [ edit ]
Bunzel, Ruth L. :
Introduction to Zuñi Ceremonialism. Forty-Seventh ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY, for the years 1929–1930. pp. 467–1086. Washington (DC), 1932. Parsons, Elsie C. : "The Origin Myth of the Zuñi".
JOURNAL OF AMERICAN FOLKLORE 36 (1923) : 135-62. Tedlock, Dennis :
Finding the Center : Narrative Poetry of the Zuni Indians. NY : Dial Press, 1972.