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Quechua, Cajamarca Nuevo Testamento -A4 By La Liga Bíblica
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El nuevo testamento en el idioma quechua de Cajamarca en el Perú. The New Testament in Cajamarca Quechua, a language of Peru. ISO:[qvc]
Quechua, Cajamarca Nuevo Testamento -A4 By La Liga Bíblica
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El nuevo testamento en el idioma quechua de Cajamarca en el Perú. The New Testament in Cajamarca Quechua, a language of Peru. ISO:[qvc]
Quechua, Cajamarca Nuevo Testamento -A5 By La Liga Bíblica
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El nuevo testamento en el idioma quechua de Cajamarca en el Perú. The New Testament in Cajamarca Quechua, a language of Peru. ISO:[qvc]
Quechua, Cajamarca Nuevo Testamento -A5 By La Liga Bíblica
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El nuevo testamento en el idioma quechua de Cajamarca en el Perú. The New Testament in Cajamarca Quechua, a language of Peru. ISO:[qvc]
Sufijos de persona en el quechua de Ayacucho (A); La cláusula relativa en el quechua de Cajamarca (B) (DEL N° 5) By Heidi Coombs
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Este libro contiene dos artículos sobre temas gramaticales de quechua; sufijos de persona en quechua de Ayacucho, y la cláusula relativa en el quechua de Cajamarca. (Escaneado de los... More > archivos del ILV y algunas páginas no son nítidas.) This book contains two articles on grammar themes in quechua; personal pronouns in Ayacucho Quechua, and relative clauses in Cajamarca Quechua. (This is a scanned copy of the archives of ILV. Some pages are misaligned and print is not consistent.) Datos Etno-Lingüísticos -DEL N° 5< Less
The Rape of Tawantinsuyo By Ed Tilston
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Captain Alonso Pinzon arrives in Hispaniola in 1530, in time to see ships calling there homeward bound from Mexico laden with fantastic treasure. He learns of an even richer land, an Eldorado, far to... More > the south on the shores of the newly discovered Pacific Ocean. Disgusted with the brutal treatment of the local Indians in the islands by the Spaniards he decides to join the expedition led by Francisco Pizarro. Crossing the Isthmus of Panama, he assumes command of the Vencedor and, with two other caravels laden with men, horses, and materiel, sails in convoy to the south. On arrival in Tawantinsuyo, he marches with the expedition through the coastal desert and across the soaring ramparts of the Andes to Cajamarca where he witnesses the bloody massacre of over 4000 unarmed Indians and the capture of Inca Atahualpa.< Less
Conquistador: Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca Empire By Frederick A. Ober
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The gripping, shocking and almost unbelievable story of how a few hundred Spaniards subdued the millions of the Inca Empire. Under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro, Spanish soldiers numbering... More > between as few as 80 and never more than 500, overcame vast Inca armies numbering in the hundreds of thousands through a combination of superior technology, better tactics and the less appealing methods of murder and outright deceit. This work details Pizarro’s first two failed attempts to invade the Inca Empire; the daring capture of the Incan emperor Atahulpa at the Battle of Cajamarca; the “ransom of gold”; Atahualpa’s brutal execution, and the seizure and subsequent dramatic battles around the of the Incan capital city of Cuzco. Pizarro and his fellow conquistador Diego Almagro fell out with one another, sparking off a war between two Spanish factions which ended in the defeat and execution of Almagro in 1541. Pizarro met his own end at the hands of Almargo’s son, and was laid to rest in the Cathedral of Lima.< Less
Conquistador: Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca Empire By Frederick A. Ober
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The gripping, shocking and almost unbelievable story of how a few hundred Spaniards subdued the millions of the Inca Empire. Under the leadership of Francisco Pizarro, Spanish soldiers numbering... More > between as few as 80 and never more than 500, overcame vast Inca armies numbering in the hundreds of thousands through a combination of superior technology, better tactics and the less appealing methods of murder and outright deceit. This work details Pizarro’s first two failed attempts to invade the Inca Empire; the daring capture of the Incan emperor Atahulpa at the Battle of Cajamarca; the “ransom of gold”; Atahualpa’s brutal execution, and the seizure and subsequent dramatic battles around the of the Incan capital city of Cuzco. Pizarro and his fellow conquistador Diego Almagro fell out with one another, sparking off a war between two Spanish factions which ended in the defeat and execution of Almagro in 1541. Pizarro met his own end at the hands of Almargo’s son, and was laid to rest in the Cathedral of Lima.< Less
Achkay -SLP N°54 By David J. Weber, Meire Elke
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Un relato andino vigente. An Andean folktale in 12 Quechua languages. SLP N°54
Achkay -SLP N°54 By David J. Weber, Meire Elke
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Un relato andino vigente. An Andean folktale in 12 Quechua languages. SLP N°54