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Biblioteca Andina [Pt. 1]: essays on the lives and works of the chroniclers, or the writers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries who treated of the pre-Hispanic history and culture of the Andean countries. by Philip Ainsworth Means

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Published by Blaine Ethridge-Books in Detroit .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Peru,
  • Andes

Subjects:

  • Indians of South America -- Andes -- History -- Bibliography.,
  • Incas -- Bibliography.,
  • Peru -- History -- To 1548 -- Bibliography.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementNew Haven, Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ1209.2.A5 M4 1973
The Physical Object
Pagination276-525 p.
Number of Pages525
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5312910M
ISBN 100879170255
LC Control Number72097615

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Essays on the lives and works of the chroniclers, or the writers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries who treated of the pre-Hispanic history and culture of the Andean countries. by Philip Ainsworth Means. Blaine Ethridge-Books Biblioteca andina [pt. 1] 所蔵館1館. By Hannah Cragg (Edited by Sonia Hussain) When considering the sullen, and often barren Andes and its surrounding scenery, an observer might be hesitant to describe the homeland of the illustrious Inca Empire as a place of ‘excess’. Wildlife, at least in the more elevated regions, is .   2. On Bolton’s life and work see the early biographies by Thompson Cooper in DNB 5. –27, with bibliography including the summary by Rev. Joseph Hunter, in BL, Ms. Add. , fols. 66–87, and the remarks of T.E. Spingarn, ed., Critical Essays of the Seventeenth Century, – (Oxford: Clarendon Press, ), xx-xxiii, and notes to Bolton’s Hypercritica, –Author: Patricia J. Osmond.   The Sucesos is the work of an honest observer, himself a major actor in the drama of his time, a versatile bureaucrat, who knew the workings of the administration from the is also the first history of the Spanish Philippines to be written by a layman, as opposed to the religious chroniclers. Morga's book was praised, quoted, and.

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Part of the research work for this book was undertaken while I was directing the History Series Project of the Lopez Foundation and until my resignation from the Lopez Museum. I would like to acknowledge the assistance of the researchers then employed by the Foundation and of the staff of the Lopez Museum. Accounts of the Masters of Works for building and repairing royal palaces and castles (–), I (Scot. RO, ), containing: RO, ), containing: lxiii–lxviii, v. Examples of such new work are the treatises of Berno of Reichenau and Regino of Prum, new saints' lives and histories, new collections of canon law, and some of the late ninth-and early tenth-century Carolingian authors, such as Remigius and Haimo of Auxerre, John the Deacon and his Life of Gregory, the great works of Notker Balbulus and Notker. Cronaca fiorentina di Marchionne di Coppo Stefani, ed. Rodolico, N., in Rerum italicarum scriptores, 2nd series, vol. 30, pt 1 (Città di Castello, –55) ‘Diario d'anonimo fiorentino dall'anno al ’, ed. Gherardi, A., in Cronache dei secoli XIII e XIV (Florence, ).