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Suma y narracion de los Incas, que los indios llamaron Capaccuna, que fueron seÐores de la ciudad del Cuzco y de todo lo à ella subjeto
Author: Juan de Betanzos
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
ISBN: 1465570195
Pages: 140
Year: 1880
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Suma y narración de los Incas
Author: Juan de Betanzos, Pedro de Cieza de León
Pages: 419
Year: 1880
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Suma y narración de los incas
Author: Juan de Betánzos
Publisher: Linkgua digital
ISBN: 8490071357
Pages: 124
Year: 2010-08-31
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Juan de Betanzos escribió en Cuzco alrededor de 1551 la que se considera una de las primeras obras de carácter indigenista. Suma y Narración de los Incas narra de forma directa la historia de las culturas desarrolladas en los territorios andinos desde milenios atrás y también relata minuciosamente el encuentro con los españoles. Fue escrita muy poco después de haber sido conquistado el Imperio inca, a partir de los testimonios orales de ancianos que guardaban la memoria del pasado. Juan de Betanzos se casó con la esposa principal de Atahualpa, lo que le permitió relacionarse con las elites in.
A Bibliography of the Anthropology of Peru
Author: George Amos Dorsey
Pages: 2
Year: 1898
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Anthropological series
Author: Field Museum of Natural History, Field Columbian Museum
Year: 1903
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History of the Incas and the Execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru
Author: Pedro Sarmiento De Gamboa
Publisher: Cosimo, Inc.
ISBN: 1602068968
Pages: 440
Year: 2007-11-01
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Spanish explorer and historian PEDRO SARMIENTO DE GAMBOA (1532-1592) spent more than twenty years in Peru. During that time he collected what was, at the time of its writing in 1572, the most accurate history of Incan civilization. De Gamboa personally interviewed many Incas around Cuzco in order to hear the songs and stories of their ancestors. This history was not gathered without an ulterior motive, however. De Gamboa aimed to show that the Inca were cruel tyrants who had usurped the land they were living on when the Spaniards found them. By showing that the Inca deserved the treatment they got from the Spanish crown, De Gamboa hoped to save his country's reputation on the world stage. Scholars and amateur historians will find here fascinating Incan mythology as well as thorough explanations of Incan society. This replica of a 1907 British edition also includes The Execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru, by the 16th-century Spaniard CAPTAIN BALTASAR DE OCAMPO.
Narrative and Critical History of America: Aboriginal America. [c1889
Author: Justin Winsor
Year: 1889
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History of the Incas and Execution of the Inca Tupac Amaru
Author: Clements Markham
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
ISBN: 1409413896
Pages: 434
Year: 2010-07-28
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Translated from the original manuscript in the Library of the University at Goettingen (Col. ms. hist. 809) as published by R. Pietschmann in Abhandlungen d. K. Gesellschaft d. Wiss. zu Goettingen. Philol. Hist. Kl., N.F., Bd. VI, no. 4 (1906). The second part of the author's Historia indica; a first part (Historia natural destas tierras) and a third which was to contain the history of the conquest until 1572 were projected, but apparently never completed. The first text was dedicated to Philip II in 1572; the second was written in 1610. The edition includes a bibliography of Peru, pp. 341-58. Pagination of this and the Supplement is continuous.The Supplement is another eye-witness account. Internally stated to have been issued as a separate item, yet in fact bound within the previous item. This is a new print-on-demand hardback edition of the volume first published in 1907.
Segunda parte de La crónica del Perú
Author: Pedro de Cieza de León
Publisher: Library of Alexandria
Pages: 279
Year: 1880
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Narrative of the Incas
Author: Juan de Betanzos
Publisher: University of Texas Press
ISBN: 0292791909
Pages: 352
Year: 2010-06-28
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One of the earliest chronicles of the Inca empire was written in the 1550s by Juan de Betanzos. Although scholars have long known of this work, only eighteen chapters were actually available until the 1980s when the remaining sixty-four chapters were discovered in the collection of the Fundación Bartolomé March in Palma de Mallorca, Spain. Narrative of the Incas presents the first complete English translation of the original manuscript of this key document. Although written by a Spaniard, it presents an authentic Inca worldview, drawn from the personal experiences and oral traditions told to Betanzos by his Inca wife, Doña Angelina, and other members of her aristocratic family who lived during the reigns of the last Inca rulers, Huayna Capac Huascar and Atahualpa. Betanzos wrote a history of the Inca empire that focuses on the major rulers and the contributions each one made to the growth of the empire and of Inca culture. Filled with new insights into Inca politics, marriage, laws, the calendar, warfare, and other matters, Narrative of the Incas is essential reading for everyone interested in this ancient civilization.
Narrative and Critical History of America: Aboriginal America. 1889
Author: Justin Winsor
Year: 1889
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Aboriginal America
Author: Justin Winsor
Pages: 470
Year: 1889
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The Inca Concept of Sovereignty and the Spanish Administration in Peru
Author: Charles Gibson
Pages: 146
Year: 1948
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Historia de los incas y conquista del Perú
Author: Horacio H. Urteaga
Pages: 212
Year: 1924
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