Inca Religion and Customs
University of Texas Press, 1990 - 279 páginas
Because the Incas apparently had no written language, such postconquest documents are an important source of information about Inca life and culture. Cobo's work, written by one who wanted to preserve something of the indigenous culture that his fellow Spaniards were fast destroying, is one of the most accurate and highly respected.
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Paganism of Inca Religion
Origin Fables II
Viracocha the Creator
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