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(1616) is one of only three extant illustrated manuscripts on the history of Inca and early colonial Peru. This immensely important Andean manuscript is here ...
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The Getty Murua: Essays on the Making of Martin de Murua's "Historia General del Piru", J. Paul Getty Museum Ms. Ludwig XIII 16; 192 pages; Getty Publications, 2008; 2008; Thomas B. F. Cummins, Barbara Anderson; 9780892368945 Historia general del Piru: facsimile of J. Paul Getty Museum Ms. Ludwig XIII 16, written by the Mercedarian friar Martà n de Murúa, the Historia general del Piru (1616) is one of only three extant illustrated manuscripts on the history of Inca and early colonial Peru. This immensely important Andean manuscript is here made available in facsimile. Idols, mountains, and metaphysics in Guaman Poma's pictures of huacas, 13. The other three are the Getty manuscript, the Nueva corónica, and Juan de Santa Cruz Rachacuti Yamqui's Relación de antigüedades de este reino del Perú (1995. Or as a gold statue in the shape of a fox (Albornoz 1988 The image of a numinous figure standing. Guaman Poma and the manuscripts of Fray martin de murúa Prolegomena to a critical edition of the Historia del Perú, s(alamanca), the manuscript now housed at The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California, whose modern examination began in 1782 when Juan Bautista Munoz came upon it in the Colegio Mayor de Cuenca in Salamanca. About the poor copy of a drawing. by R Adorno, I Boserup