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Historia general del Piru : facsimile of J. Paul Getty Museum Ms. Ludwig XIII 16

Author: Martín de Murúa; J. Paul Getty Museum.
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Getty Research Institute, 2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : SpanishView all editions and formats
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"Of the three extant illustrated manuscripts chronicling the history of the Inca empire and early Spanish rule in the Andes, two are by the Mercedarian friar Martin de Murua, who probably arrived in Peru in the 1570s. His Historia del origen, y genealogia real de los reyes ingas del Piru (1590) and Historia general del Piru (1616) drew on the author's experiences among the indigenous peoples and colonial officials  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Early works
Facsimiles
History
Early works to 1800
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Murúa, Martín de.
Historia general del Piru.
Los Angeles, Calif. : Getty Research Institute, ©2008
(OCoLC)629824368
Named Person: Martín de Murúa; Peter Ludwig; Peter Ludwig
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Martín de Murúa; J. Paul Getty Museum.
ISBN: 9780892368952 0892368950 9780892368945 0892368942
OCLC Number: 212018042
Notes: Published as a boxed set with: The Getty Murúa : essays on the making of Martín de Murúa's "Historia general del Piru," J. Paul Getty Museum Ms. Ludwig XIII 16 / edited by Thomas B.F. Cummins and Barbara Anderson.
Description: 1 volume (various pagings) : illustrations (some color) ; 34 cm
Other Titles: Getty Murúa.
Responsibility: Martín de Murúa.

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"Of the three extant illustrated manuscripts chronicling the history of the Inca empire and early Spanish rule in the Andes, two are by the Mercedarian friar Martin de Murua, who probably arrived in Peru in the 1570s. His Historia del origen, y genealogia real de los reyes ingas del Piru (1590) and Historia general del Piru (1616) drew on the author's experiences among the indigenous peoples and colonial officials of viceregal Peru as well as on accounts by other Spanish writers and the talents of several Andean illustrators. The Historia general - now known as the Getty Murua - comprises thirty-eight hand-colored images, most depicting Inca kings and queens, and nearly four hundred folios of beautifully calligraphed text. The essays gathered in this volume focus not only on the manuscript's physical components - quires and watermarks, scripts and pigments - but also on its relation to Inca textiles, European portraits, Murua's other manuscript, and the intellectual and social context that gave rise to but did not publish his Historia general. The Getty Murua provides a complex and original analysis of the creation and fate of this early modern historical and artistic treasure." --Book Jacket.

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