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Voices from Vilcabamba : Accounts Chronicling the Fall of the Inca Empire (Paperback) (Brian S. Bauer &

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A rich new source of important archival information, Voices from Vilcabamba examines the fall of the Inca Empire in unprecedented detail. Containing English translations of seven major documents from the Vilcabamba era (1536–1572), this volume presents an overview of the major events that occurred in the Vilcabamba region of Peru during the final decades of Inca rule.

Brian S. Bauer, Madeleine Halac-Higashimori, and Gabriel E. Cantarutti have translated and analyzed seven documents, most notablyDescription of Vilcabamba by Baltasar de Ocampo Conejeros and a selection from Martín de Murúa’sGeneral History of Peru, which focuses on the fall of Vilcabamba. Additional documents from a range of sources that include Augustinian investigations, battlefield reports, and critical eyewitness accounts are translated into English for the first time.

With a critical introduction on the history of the region during the Spanish Conquest and introductions to each of the translated documents, the volume provides an enhanced narrative on the nature of European-American relations during this time of important cultural transformation.

A rich new source of important archival information, Voices from Vilcabamba examines the fall of the Inca Empire in unprecedented detail. Containing English translations of seven major documents from the Vilcabamba era (1536?1572), this volume presents an overview of the major events that occurred in the Vilcabamba region of Peru during the final decades of Inca rule.

Brian S. Bauer, Madeleine Halac-Higashimori, and Gabriel E. Cantarutti have translated and analyzed seven documents, most notablyDescription of Vilcabamba by Baltasar de Ocampo Conejeros and a selection from Martín de Murúa?sGeneral History of Peru, which focuses on the fall of Vilcabamba. Additional documents from a range of sources that include Augustinian investigations, battlefield reports, and critical eyewitness accounts are translated into English for the first time.

With a critical introduction on the history of the region during the Spanish Conquest and introductions to each of the translated documents, the volume provides an enhanced narrative on the nature of European-American relations during this time of important cultural transformation.

Number of Pages: 235
Genre: Social Science
Sub-Genre: History
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Univ Pr of Colorado
Author: Brian S. Bauer & Madeleine Halac-higashimori & Gabriel E. Cantarutti
Language: English
Street Date: March 1, 2016
TCIN: 31165970
UPC: 9781607324256
Item Number (DPCI): 247-51-1572
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