Lords of Cuzco : a history and description of the Inca people in their final days / with drawings from Huaman Poma.


1st ed.. Norman : University of Oklahoma Press, [1967] .

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Subjects Cuzco (Peru) -- History.
Cuzco (Pérou) -- Histoire.
Cuzco, Perú -- Historia.
Incas -- Histoire.
Incas -- Kings and rulers.
Indiens d'Amérique -- Pérou.
Inka's.
Peru -- Cuzco.
Peru -- History -- To 1548.
Peru.
Perú -- Historia -- Hasta 1548.
Pérou -- Histoire -- Jusqu'à 1548.
Series Civilization of the American Indian series ; v. 88.
Description xiii, 458 pages : illustrations, maps ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date [1967]
©1967
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary A History And Description Of The Inca People In TheirFinal Days.
Contents Pt.1. The lords described : The hummingbird -- The hummingbird's people -- Cuzcoquiti -- Down the valley to Huanacauri -- Huanacauri to Muina -- The three roots of the Inca stock -- The Incas as a caste -- The Ayllu -- The Panaca -- The Purucaya -- The cult of the Panaca -- Time and the Inca calendar -- The lessening power of the Inca people -- Division appears -- The events of Huascar's youth -- The Pahuac Oncoy -- part2. The last reign opens : The center of Cuzco -- Coricancha and the lion's tail -- The waters of Cuzco -- The waters of Cuzco -- Cuzco south of the Sapi -- Huascar's assumption of power -- The slaughter of the brothers -- A new danger -- Limatambo -- To Cuzco on the Chinchaysuyo road -- The turning point -- The intellecutal life of the Incas -- Coronation, marriage, and the mourning -- A tale of brothers and sisters -- Cuzco harvest -- the Aymoray -- Imperial harvest -- the Inti Raymi -- A wall on Collcampata -- part3. The beliefs of the last reign : The integration of the heavens -- Huaca -- Cuzco as a Huaca -- Gods and Huacas -- Priests and sorcerers -- The sacred river -- Machu Picchu -- Hahua Ricuy Simi: tales of far things seen -- Pallas, feasts, dances, and games -- Of love and sex -- Spies, minions, and servants -- Night and day -- The Situa -- The first act -- in heaven -- The second act -- in Cuzcoquiti -- The third act -- on the altar -- The fourth act -- in the world -- part4. War enters the great city : The love between brothers -- The Quilaco embassy -- Sacsahuaman -- The words of war -- The road to war -- Topa Atauhuallpa, founder prince -- First news from the front -- Gods before generals -- The last review -- A vigil of women -- The surrender -- Vae victis! -- The inner city of women -- part 5. The lords perish : Runa simi -- The incas' tongue -- What is man? -- The return of the Pururaucas -- Andamarca and the news from the north -- The last of Atauhuallpa's generals -- Manco Inca's reign in Cuzco -- Auccay Yntuy -- the siege -- Manco Inca, first of the Vilcabamba emperors -- The very noble city
The Vilcabamba interlude -- Don Pablo Tupac Amaru and the last of the Incas -- Retrospect.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Peru
Network Numbers (OCoLC)331817
(OCoLC)ocm00331817
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Brundage, Burr Cartwright, 1912-1993.
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