Indians of the Andes: Aymaras and Quechuas
By: Harold Osborne (author)Hardback
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This book traces the history and ecology of the Aymaras and the Quechuas: the highland peoples of the Central Andes, who formed the nucleus of the great Inca Empire which extended for two thousand miles along the Pacific coast to the fringes of the tropical interior. In twenty millennia the Indians of the Andes had had no cultural contacts with the Old World yet they had already passed independently through stages of development usually associated with the Neolithic Age and had achieved a degree of technical and artistic excellence. In four centuries of contact there has of course been appreciable acculturation and osmosis. Originally published in 1952.
1. Darkest origins 2. Vandals of history 3. Myth and archaeology 4. The Inca in legend and history 5. Under Inca rule 6. Under Spanish rule 7. The Indian today and tomorrow
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