Inca Religion and Customs

Inca Religion and Customs

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By (author) Bernabe Cobo, Edited and translated by Roland Hamilton, Foreword by John Howland Rowe

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  • Publisher: University of Texas Press
  • Format: Paperback | 304 pages
  • Dimensions: 152mm x 229mm x 17mm | 449g
  • Publication date: 1 July 1990
  • Publication City/Country: Austin, TX
  • ISBN 10: 0292738617
  • ISBN 13: 9780292738614
  • Edition statement: New ed of 1653 ed
  • Illustrations note: black & white illustrations
  • Sales rank: 634,742

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A translation of a 1653 work, providing vast amounts of data on the religion and lifeways of the Incas and their subject peoples.

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"While Cobo's Historia is not a pristine account, it is hard to imagine what our knowledge of Andean societies would be without it. Four hundred years after Cobo landed in Lima, Roland Hamilton should be congratulated on his translations of the Historia del Nuevo Mundo, which remains a monument to the breadth of vision and intellectual energy of its author." - American Antiquity

Table of contents

Foreword by John Howland Rowe Introduction: Father Cobo and the Incas A Note on the Translation Measurements Book I: Religion Paganism of lnca Religion Origin Fables Afterlife Viracocha the Creator Sun Worship Moon and Star Deities Worship of the Thunder, the Sea, and the Earth Pururauca Deities Guauque Idols Idolatry of the Deceased Other Deities Temple of the Sun at Cuzco Chinchaysayu Road Antisuyu Road Collasayu Road Cuntisayu Road Temple of Pachacama Temple of Copacabana Temple of Tiaguanaco Temple of Apurima Sacrifices Addlitional Sacrifices Acts of Worship and Prayers Sins Raymi Festival Festivals of the Second Month Festivals of the Third, Fifth, and Sixth Months Festivals of the Seventh, Eighth, and Ninth Months Festivals of the Tenth Month Festivals of the Eleventh and Twelfth Months Itu Festival Coronation of the Inca Functions of the Priests Sortilegos Curing Diviners Cloistered Women Omens and Superstitions Book II: Customs Quichua and Aymara Garments Towns and Houses Home Furnishings Food and Drink Education Marriage Agriculture Warfare Medicine Weaving Building and Stone Work Bridges Boats Silverwork and Metallurgy Hunting Games and Music Tombs Burial Notes Glossary Index Indexes for the Shrines of Cuzco