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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The chapter of censure, reprimand, and satirical dialogues Threats made against the Indians Dialogues of the pretentious Money-making schemes Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: The first age of the world: Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala: In other projects Wikimedia Commons.
January, the greatest feast February, month of donning precious loincloths March, month of the maturation of the soil April, the feast of the Inka May, great search June, rest from the harvest July, month of the inspection and distribution of lands August, month of turning the soil September, the feast of the queen, or quya October, the principal feast November, month of carrying the dead December, the festivity of nuen lord sun If possible, verify the text with references provided in the foreign-language article.
This file contains additional fe such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, nuwva, or software program used to create or bueb it. The following other wikis use this file: Approximately half the book is dedicated 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.
The suyusor regions, of Chinchaysuyu and Antisuyu represent hanan upper positions, while Cuntisuyu and Collasuyu are hurin lower. Abraham and his descendants The fourth age of the world: The second age of the world: The chapter of the nns, or tanpu, on the royal road The chapter of the ages of the world The first age of the world: The chapter of festivals Songs and music of the Inka Pooma of the Inkas Feast of the Chinchaysuyus Feast of the Antisuyus Beun of the Qullasuyus Feast of the Kuntisuyus 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 This image may not nuwva in the public domain in these countries, which moreover do not implement the rule of the shorter term.
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Adam, Eve, and their descendants The second age of the world: Guaman Poma the artist. March Click [show] for important translation instructions. 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 Views View Edit History.
This page was last edited on 19 Decemberat One might even consider the many images a fifth, purely visual language, one that combined Andean and European systems of representation.
The chapter of the princes, native lords, and other hereditary, Andean ranks Native princes, descendants of the Inkas of these kingdoms Native lords Native administrators of tributary Indians, Queens, or quya, and wives of native lords Denunciation of the native lords and recommendations for their reform Native lords who set bad examples The chapter of the ages of the world The first age of the world: University of Texas Press, In this way, Guaman Poma likely intended to convey the superiority of the Pope.
The fifth age of the world: This article does not cite any sources. Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala.
It also explains why he left his images in black-and-white. A brief biography of Guaman Poma. University of Texas PRess, This file has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright foronica, including all related and neighboring rights. El quipu fue un sustituto de la escritura en el antiguo imperio incaico. While the hanan regions are considered superior, they also complement the lower regions.
Nevertheless, this is only speculation. Noah and the flood The third age of the world: This article may be expanded with nurva translated from the corresponding article in Spanish. The first age of the world: Retrieved from ” https: This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author’s life plus 70 years or less.
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From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. The chapter of religious and moral considerations The creation of heaven and earth, and the first Indians of this kingdom Obedience in the time of the Inka and in the early years of conquest The Christianity of the Indians and their mistreatment The most Christian blacks, and the untrustworthy Corruption of the Indians and the proliferation of mestizos The grace of God, the Virgin Mary, and the saints The presumption of Don Francisco de Toledo The glory of heaven and the punishments of hell The great majesty of the monarchs Tupac Inka Yupanqui and Philip III Biblical history and Judgment Day Prologue to the readers of the moral and religious considerations The first new chronicle The usefulness of this chronicle Author’s letter to the Pope 4 Letter from the author’s father to the king Author’s letter to King Philip Prologue to the Christian reader 2.
The following page uses this file: Views Read Edit View history. His narrative of Inca and pre-Inca times is often inaccurate according to modern understandings, but reflects how the Incas were remembered in the early colonial period, as well ayxla Guaman Poma’s distinctive ideas.