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by Philip Ainsworth Means,Pedro Sancho

Author: Philip Ainsworth Means,Pedro Sancho
Subcategory: Americas
Language: English
Publisher: Echo Library (April 27, 2009)
Pages: 72 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.3
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Author: Pedro Sancho. Translator: Philip Ainsworth Means. Nor is its value purely historical.

Author: Pedro Sancho. Release Date: September 12, 2008. The Relación of Sancho gives much interesting ethnological information relative to the Inca dominion at the time of its demolition.

Philip Ainsworth Means (1892–1944) was an American born anthropologist and historian. He was most well known for his study of South America, specifically Peru. Means made a total of 5 extended trips to Peru where he studied the Inca's of the Cuzco area, published multiple books, supervised excavations, and held the position of Director of Peru's national museum of Archeology. His book "Ancient Civilization of the Andes" was one of the first to explain Incan history and culture.

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Translated by Philip Ainsworth Means.

financial success, he returned to Spain and was granted leave by Emperor Charles V to return to the New World where he conflicted with rival conquistador Pedro de Valdivia over different grants to lands south of Peru. Translated by Philip Ainsworth Means.

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Read various fiction books with us in our e-reader. ery and conquest of the new world. They took advantage of a recent civil war in the empire (between the groups of the brothers: Atahualpa and Huascar) to capture the ruling monarch, Inca in the city of Cajamarca on November 15, 1532. Today it is called the Siege of the Incas.

Translated into english and annotated by philip ainsworth means

Translated into english and annotated by philip ainsworth means. The cortes society new york 1917. The Relacion of Sancho gives much interesting ethnological information relative to the Inca dominion at the time of its demolition.

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Good condition-1969 Krauz Reprint of 1917 original- Hardcover NO w/stamps & bookplate-olive boards in good shape-clean text-No writing or underlining-good binding -s.

English translation dated 1916.