The First New Chronicle and Good Government: On the History of the World and the Incas Up to 1615

By Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala; Roland Hamilton | Go to book overview

THE FIRST NEW CHRONICLE
AND GOOD GOVERNMENT
On the history of the world
and the Incas up to 1615

FELIPE GUAMAN POMA DE AYALA
TRANSLATED AND EDITED BY ROLAND HAMILTON
THE KINGDOM OF THE INDIES
[1615]

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword xiii
  • Introduction xvii
  • Notes on the Translation and Organization xxv
  • The First New Chronicle and Good Government 1
  • The First New Chronicle and Good Government of This Kingdom, a Book Written and Given a Title by Phelipe Guaman Poma de Ayala 3
  • Chapter of the Ages of the World 17
  • Chapter of the Ages of the Indians 35
  • The Incas 57
  • The Queens 91
  • The Captains 112
  • The Ladies 133
  • Ordinances of the Inca 141
  • The First General Inspection 147
  • First Chapter of the Years [and] Months of the Incas 179
  • Chapter of the Idols 201
  • Chapter of the Common Sorcerers 212
  • Burials 224
  • The Nuns 234
  • First Chapter of Justice 237
  • First Chapter of the Celebrations 249
  • The Inca 259
  • Administrative Officials 270
  • Notes 295
  • Glossary 327
  • Works Cited 349
  • Index of People and Places 351
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