The tombs of the Lunas are of interest because of the great Count.
It is built up of planks fastened together by wooden pegs, carvel fashion, on a small keel, or lunas.
We hear of marriages with Lunas, Mendozas, Villahermosas and others of the proudest houses.
One or two deacons, or "lunas" as they call them, sit at a table in front of the pulpit, and the people bring up their gifts.
Lunas and those who had gathered in the government house to dance the can-can or to take pleasure therein.