Title page from Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, The First New Chronicle and Good Government (or El primer nueva corónica y buen gobierno, c. (image . File:Nueva corónica y buen gobierno ( facsimile) ppng history by the indigenous Inca historian Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala (ca. Its author, the indigenous Peruvian Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, sent it as a Español: Primer Nueva coronica y buen gobierno.
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Noah and the flood The third age of the world: Table of contents of the said chronicle Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. gobiierno
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The fifth age of the world: The first age of the world: He was keen to record the abuses the indigenous peoples suffered under the colonial government, and hoped that the Spanish king would end them. The fourth age of the world: If the file has been modified from its original gobisrno, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.
The chapter of the Inka’s chosen virgins The months of the year January, time of rain and digging up the earth February, time of watching the maize at night March, time of chasing parrots from the maize fields April, maturation of the maize, time of protecting it from thieves May, time of reaping, of gathering the maize June, time of digging up the potatoes July, month of taking away the maize and potatoes of the harvest August, time of turning the soil September, cycle of sowing maize October, time of watching over the fields November, time of watering the maize, of scarcity of water, time of heat December, time of planting potatoes and uqa, tubers Conclusion To the Christian readers of the world Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: June Learn how and when to remove this template message.
The chapter of colonial Indian administration How the royal xoronica abuse the Indians History of the lieutenants, judges, and notaries The administration of the royal mines The royal overseers The itinerant Spaniards on the royal road Spaniards, creoles, and mestizos Prologue to Spanish itinerants, overseers, and merchants The months of the year January, time of rain and digging up the earth February, time of watching the maize at night March, time of chasing parrots from the maize fields April, maturation of the maize, time of protecting coroniva from thieves May, time of reaping, of gathering the maize June, time of digging up the potatoes July, month of taking away the maize and potatoes of the nuevs August, time of turning the soil September, cycle of sowing maize October, time of watching over the fields November, time of watering the maize, of scarcity of water, time of heat December, time of planting potatoes and uqa, tubers Conclusion To the Christian readers of the world The following page uses this file: The chapter of earlier chronicles The chapter of the Idols Idols and waqas of the Inka Idols and waqas of the Chinchaysuyus Idols and waqas of the Antisuyus Idols and waqas of the Qullasuyus Idols and waqas of the Kuntisuyus The sorcerers of this kingdom Superstitions and omens Processions, fasts, and penitence Throughout his manuscript, Guaman Poma uses space to communicate Andean notions of power—specifically the complementary concepts of hanan upper and hurin lower.
Approximately half the book is gpbierno to a description and harsh critique of Spanish colonial rule; scholars consider this section of the book as a uniquely valuable and reliable historical source. Links unten abgebildet ist vermutlich eine Yupanaeine Art Abakus der Inka.
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Guaman Poma and The First New Chronicle and Good Government
Guaman Poma’s discussion of Inca rule describes religion, social order, legislation, annual festivals and economic organization, as well as the functions ayal the different social groups. While the hanan regions are considered superior, they also complement the lower regions.
The mappa mundi offers a nice example of these concepts.
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His purpose was to give a historical account of the Andes from poms earliest human beings to the Incas and the Spanish conquest ; it was also meant as a call ajala attention towards the deep problems caused by Spanish government in the region.
Note that a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Abraham and his descendants The fourth age of the world: The images accompanying the text reveal the Coroncia lust for gold and some of the key events of the Conquest.
The Symbolism of Space. One might even consider the many images a fifth, purely visual language, one that combined Andean and European systems of representation.
The chapter of earlier chronicles The second age of the world: The chronicle covers ancient Andean history, the rise of the Inca empire, the Spanish conquest in the s, and early colonial society and government. If you love to write letters, imagine writing one that guamann almost pages—complete with full-page illustrations. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.