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Author Cobo, Bernabé, 1580-1657, author

Title History of the Inca Empire : an account of the Indians' customs and their origin, together with a treatise on Inca legends, history, and social institutions / by Bernabé Cobo ; translated and edited by Roland Hamilton from the holograph manuscript in the Biblioteca Capitular y Colombina de Sevilla ; foreword by John Howland Rowe
Published Austin : University of Texas Press, [1979]


Description 1 online resource (xxii, 279 pages)
Series The Texas Pan American series
Texas Pan American series
Contents In which is given the opinion of those who place within these Occidental Indies the region called Ophir in the Divine Scriptures, to which the ships of Solomon navigated -- Of the former in habitants of Peru before the Incas reigned -- Of the legenday origin of the Incas, former kings of Peru -- Of Manco Capac, the first king of the Incas -- Of the second Inca, named Cinchi Roca -- Of Guayna Capac, the last king of the Incas -- Of the Inca brothers Huascar and Atauhualp
Summary An annotated translation of seventeenth-century missionary Father Bernabe Cobo's descriptions of the Incas' customs, legends, history, and social institutions
Analysis Incas
Indians of South America Peru
Notes Selections translated from Historia del Nuevo mundo
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-270) and index
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Subject Incas.
Indians of South America -- Peru.
Indians of South America -- Peru
Indians, South American
history (discipline)
Indians of South America.
Genre/Form Manuscripts
Form Electronic book
Author Hamilton, Roland, 1936- editor, translator
ISBN 9780292749191
Other Titles Historia del Nuevo mundo. Selections. English