A Socialist Empire: The Incas of Peru

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Index of Authors
Prepared by Vernelia CrawfordFor the names of historical persons not mentioned as authors see the Index of Subjects. A page number followed by a figure in parentheses indicates the number of a footnote reference.
Acosta, Father José de
animals, 31
building, 113
historian, 247
Incas, 19, 200
labor, 101
land, 65, 67, 80, 298(126)
slavery, 206
sovereigns, 19
water, 64
writing, 319(11)
Adams, D., 258
Aguayo, Pedro Rodríguez de, 79, 296(93)
Alais, Vairasse d', 225
Algarotti, 65, 282(8), 331(193)
Altamira, R., 213, 353(33)
André, Marius, 213
Angrand, P., 256, 273(36)
Apollonius, Levinus, 331(187), 361 (38)
Arriaga, Pablo José de251, 286(66), 289(4), 355(44), 363(57)
Artus, Louis, 205
Aubigné, Agrippa d', 356(19)
Ayala, Felipe Guamán Poma de, 264, 296(90)
Bacon, Francis, 225, 326(125)
Balboa, Miguel Cavello
genealogy, 19
historian, 246
land, 24
rod, 124
sorcerers, 345(27)
Spaniards, 341(37)
traveling merchants, 336(247)
yanaconas, 53
Bandelier, Adolf Francis
architecture, 315(98)
ayllu, 57
food, 281(51)
historian, 262
Lake Titicaca inhabitants, 204, 279(29), 348(39), 49(48)
land, 85, 291(30)
trees, 291(30)
Bandera, Damián de la, 79, 248, 352 (17)
Barnuevo, P. de Peralta, 224
Barrenechea, Raul Porras, 123, 264, 265
Basadre, Jorge, 265, 354(44, 46)
Bastian, Adolph, 258
Baudin, Louis, 285(52), 293(62), 308 (3)
Bayer, W., 254
Beauchamp, Alphonse de, 170, 255
Belaúnde, Victor Andrés, 260
Bellamy, Edward, 225, 333(208)
Belluga, Pedro, 80
Benzoni, Girolamo, 242, 279(25)

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