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Huarochirí, an Andean society under Inca and Spanish rule by Karen Spalding

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Published by Stanford University Press in Stanford, Calif .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Huarochirí (Peru : Province),
  • Peru,
  • Huarochirí (Province)

Subjects:

  • Indians of South America -- Peru -- Huarochirí (Province) -- History.,
  • Quechua Indians -- History.,
  • Huarochirí (Peru : Province) -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKaren Spalding.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF3429.1.H83 S65 1984
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 364 p. :
Number of Pages364
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4118971M
ISBN 100804711232
LC Control Number80053225

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"It is difficult to convey the wealth of information and ideas in this remarkable book. It is--and may remain for a long time--the best work in any language on the process of change in Andean society under Inca and Spanish rule."--Hispanic American Historical Review "A study of such high quality, realized on so many levels, is indeed a rarity. -- Latin America in Books It is-and may remain for a long time-the best work in any language on the process of change in Andean society under Inca and Spanish rule." -- Hispanic American Historical Review Read more. {{Citation | title=Huarochirí, an Andean society under Inca and Spanish rule / Karen Spalding | author1=Spalding, Karen | year= | publisher=Stanford University Press | language=English }} close Email This Record. Since the purpose of Inca law was to teach a lesson to the offender and prevent re-occurrence by any member of the society, mutilation and the death penalty were frequently applied. Rebellions, homicide, adultery, second offenses in drunkenness, theft and laziness were all punished to death by stoning, hanging or pushing the person off a cliff.

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