Sin, Crimes, and Retribution in Early Latin America: A Translation and Critique of Sources--Lope de Aguirre, Francisco de Carvajal, Juan Rodríguez Freyle
In Peru, two names overshadow all acts of violence by reason of exceptional, systematic, continuous and paranoic expressions of evil: Lope de Aguirre and Francisco de Carvajal. In Bogota, Juan Rodriguez Freyle set down a chronicle of lawlessness, greed, murder, passions, intrigue, and corruption and the often criminal behavior of the guardians of the law and judicial inspectors.
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