Royal Commentaries of the Incas and General History of Peru, Part One
by de la Vega, Garcilaso; Livermore, Harold V. (Translator, introduction); Toynbee, Arnold J. (Foreword)
Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, 1994. Softcover. Near fine. Trade paperback, xliv, 658 pp, with maps, index. Very light shelf wear to wrappers, name written on front inside cover; else clean and tight. Part One only. This volume "sets out to give an account of the birth, growth, and fall of the Inca empire from its legendary origins until the execution of the last independent native ruler, Tupac Amaru, in 1572 ... Part One deals with the history of the Incas and their civilization, ending with the civil wars between Atahuallpa and Huascar, which reached a climax only just before the arrival of the Spaniards" (Introduction). (Inventory #: 1815)
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