Title page from Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, The First New Chronicle and Good Government (or El primer nueva corónica y buen gobierno, c. (image . File:Nueva corónica y buen gobierno ( facsimile) ppng history by the indigenous Inca historian Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala (ca. Its author, the indigenous Peruvian Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala, sent it as a Español: Primer Nueva coronica y buen gobierno.
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GKS 2232 4º: Guaman Poma, Nueva corónica y buen gobierno (1615)
This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it. This page was last edited on 7 Juneat Software used Adobe ImageReady. Table of contents of the said chronicle January, the greatest feast February, month of donning precious loincloths March, month of the maturation of the soil April, the feast of the Inka May, great search June, rest from the harvest July, month of the inspection and distribution of lands August, month of turning the soil September, the feast of the queen, or quya October, the principal feast November, month of carrying the dead December, the festivity of the lord sun First, it is the most famous manuscript from South America dated to this time period in part because it is so comprehensive and long, but also because of its many illustrations.
The fifth age of the world: The chapter of censure, reprimand, and satirical dialogues Threats made against the Indians Dialogues of the pretentious Money-making schemes Content in this edit is translated from the existing German Wikipedia article at [[: The chapter of the princes, native lords, and other hereditary, Andean ranks Native princes, descendants of the Inkas of these kingdoms Native lords Native administrators of tributary Indians, Queens, or quya, and wives of native lords Denunciation of the native lords and recommendations for their reform Native lords who set bad examples A brief biography of Guaman Poma.
A very long letter.
Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Table of contents of the said chronicle The chapter of festivals Songs and music of the Inka Feast of the Inkas Feast of the Chinchaysuyus Feast of the Antisuyus Feast of the Qullasuyus Feast of the Kuntisuyus The chapter of colonial Goberno administration How the royal administrators abuse the Indians History of the lieutenants, judges, and notaries The administration of the royal mines The royal overseers The itinerant Spaniards on the royal road Spaniards, creoles, and mestizos Prologue to Spanish itinerants, ayaala, and merchants The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong.
University of Texas PRess, Felipe Guamwn Poma de Ayala: In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Approximately half the book is dedicated to a description and harsh critique of Spanish colonial rule; scholars consider this section of the book as a uniquely valuable and reliable historical source. One might even consider the many images a fifth, purely visual language, one that combined Andean and European systems of representation.
Guaman Poma hoped to have New Chronicle printed when it arrived in Europe, and for this reason he borrowed from type-setting conventions when writing the textual inscriptions accompanying his illustrations, such as those on the frontispiece to his letter above. The chapter of religious and moral considerations The creation of heaven and earth, and the first Indians of this kingdom Obedience in the time of the Inka and in the early years of conquest The Christianity of the Indians and their mistreatment The most Christian blacks, and the untrustworthy Corruption of the Indians and the proliferation of mestizos The grace of God, the Virgin Mary, and the saints The presumption of Don Francisco de Toledo The glory of heaven and the punishments of hell The great majesty of the monarchs Tupac Inka Yupanqui and Philip III Biblical history and Judgment Day Prologue to the readers of the moral and religious considerations You must also include a United States public domain tag to indicate why this work is in the public domain in the United States.
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The chapter of earlier chronicles The author kneeling alongside the king of Spain before the Nieva. Guaman Poma dedicated the book to King Philip III of Spainin the hope of improving colonial rule, but there is no evidence that the king ever saw the book. Navigate by pages Navigate by drawings. Views Read Edit View history.
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The months of the year January, time of rain and digging up the earth February, time of watching the maize at night March, time of chasing parrots from the maize fields April, maturation of the maize, time of protecting it from thieves May, time of reaping, of gathering the maize June, time of digging up the potatoes July, month of taking away the maize and potatoes of the harvest August, time of turning the soil September, cycle of sowing maize October, time of watching over the fields November, time of watering the maize, of scarcity of water, time of nieva December, time of planting potatoes and uqa, tubers Conclusion To the Christian readers of the world El dibujo corobica a un contador inca con un quipu entre sus manos.
The chapter of earlier chronicles Machine translation like Deepl or Google Translate is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia.
The chapter of burials Burials of the Inka Burials of the Chinchaysuyus Burials of the Antisuyus Burials of the Qullasuyus Burials of the Kuntisuyus Burials of the Yungas The fifth age of the world: This article may be expanded with text translated from the corresponding article in Spanish.
Guaman Poma’s discussion of Inca rule describes religion, social order, legislation, annual festivals and economic organization, as well as the functions of the different goobierno groups.
The second age of the world: Note guwman a few countries have copyright terms longer than 70 years: Articles to be expanded from March All articles to be expanded Culture articles needing translation from Spanish Wikipedia Articles lacking sources from June All articles lacking sources Commons category link is on Wikidata.