2 edition of history of the discovery and conquest of Peru, Books I-IV found in the catalog.
history of the discovery and conquest of Peru, Books I-IV
AugustГn de ZГЎrate
Introduction signed: D.B. Thomas.
|Statement||tr. out of the Spanish by Thomas Nicholas, anno 1581.|
|Contributions||Nicholas, Thomas, b. ca. 1532.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlvii, 222 p.|
|Number of Pages||222|
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Imprinted at London by R. Ihones, "; "The strange and delectable history of the discouerie and conquest of the prouinces of Peru, in the South sea. And of the notable things which there are found: and also of the bloudie ciuill vvarres vvich there happened for gouernment.
The discovery and conquest of Peru: a translation of books I-IV of Agustin de Zarate's History of these events, supplemented by eye-witness accounts of certain incidents by Francisco de Jerez, Miguel Estete, Juan Ruiz de Arce, Hernando Pizarro, Diego de Trujillo, and Alonso de Guzman, who took part in the conquest, and by Pedro Cieza de Leon, Garcilaso de la Vega "the Inca,".
Discovery and Conquest of Peru (Classics) by Augustin de Zarate and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A History of the Discovery & Conquest of Peru Books I-IV translated out of the Spanish by Thomas Nicholas, Anno Zarate, Augustin de Published by Penguin, c ().
An Inca Account of the Conquest of Peru. Translated by Raulph Books I-IV book. Boulder: University of Colorado Press, Yupanqui, Titu Cusi. History of How the Spaniards Arrived in Peru . Translated by Catherine Julien. Indianapolis: Hackett Publishing Company, Zárate, Augustín de.
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Book Description. Books I-IV (), translated into English and edited, with introduction and notes, by Alfred Percival Maudslay, M.A., Hon. Professor of Archaeology, National Museum, Mexico, concerning the discovery of Mexico and the expeditions of Francisco HernÃ¡ndez de Cordova and Hernan Cortés, the march inland, and the war in Tlaxcala.
The conquest of the Incas The discovery and conquest of Peru: a translation of books I-IV of Agustin de Zarate's History of these History of the conquest of Peru. Accessible book, Natural history, Ethnology, Indians of Mexico, Indians of Middle America, Indians of Central America, Indians of South America, Early accounts toEarly works toEarly works toDescription and travel, Travel, Spanish conquest, Latin America, Discovery and exploration.
Edition History of the discovery and conquest of Peru Paged continuously. The folded map, issued with v.
1, has half-title: Map of Peru; to illustrate the Travels of Cieza de Leon, in ; The royal commentaries of Garcilasso de la Vega (); and the Natural and moral history of the Indies, by Father Joseph de Acosta () [nos.
33, 41, 45, 60, and 61 of the society's publications] Included t.-p. The discovery and conquest of Peru: a translation of books I-IV of Agustin de Zarate's History of these events, supplemented by eye-witness accounts of certain incidents by Francisco de Jerez, Miguel Estete, Juan Ruiz de Arce, Hernando Pizarro, Dieg.
Cohen, J.M., (translator), The discovery and conquest of Peru: a translation of books I-IV of Agustin de Zarate's History of these events, supplemented by eye-witness accounts of certain incidents by Francisco de Jerez, Miguel Estete, Juan Ruiz de Arce, Hernando Pizarro, Diego de Trujillo, and Alonso de Guzman, who took part in the conquest.
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I-IV During this period the history of Florida cannot be studied apart from the history of Jackson. Parton‘s and Sun1ner’s biographies should with Gilman’s "Monroe" and Benton’s "Thirty Years in the Senate." Mrs.
Long in" Florida Breezes" has given a picture of social life in the new territory that cannot be found elsewhere. V-X. The second part dealing with the history of the Incas was not printed until ; books three and four, the discovery and conquest and the civil wars, are still unpublished.
Cieza de León was one of the most critical of early Spanish writers on Peru. Books I-IV of the Conics were first published in print in the Latin translation by Giovanni Battista Memo, a professor of mathematics at Venice. The edition was published in Venice by Bernardino Bindoni inone year after Memo's death.
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