Peru: a cultural history

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Oxford University Press, Nov 11, 1976 - History - 336 pages
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A survey of Peruvian cultural development from its Paleo-Indian beginnings to the present, depicting Peru as a developing, agrarian nation whose culture extends back to antiquity and whose capital is a technically advanced metropolis

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Contents

Introduction
3
The PreIncaic Period
26
The Conquering Incas
46
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