THE WORK OF FELIPE GUAMAN POMA OF AYALA

 

Among his most famous works by Richard Pietschmann discovered in the Library of Copenhagen, was the "NEW CROWN AND GOOD GOVERNANCE" is written in the style of a letter in 1615 to King Philip III (1598-1621). This book contains over a thousand pages and over 400 drawings, chronicles the Peruvian indian.

Aquí podrán visualizar la obra la NUEVA CORÓNICA Y BUEN GOBIERNO del cronista Felipe Guamán Poma de Ayala.

CROWN AND GOOD GOVERNANCE EW (1615)

The chronicler Philip Guamán Poma of Ayala in his work the " New Corónica and Good Government " describes in the beginning, the epoch incaica, on his history, the hierarchies, legal ordinances, the life of Cuzco's city and systems of life, gown and customs of the empire incaico. Later it centers in discovering the destination of his compatriots under the Spanish power, to realize a history criticizes opposite to the authorities during the conquest, since also denouncing on the abuses and sufferings that were committed opposite to the aborigens, during the ends of the 16th century and beginnings of the 17th century.The Chronicler Philip Guamán Poma of Ayala, being the convinced one and theologically well polite Christian (this can be seen in his drawings and in the text), of the Spanish towards the Indians; it is one of few authors of the XVIth and XVIIth century, which opens us today a perspective indigenous to the facts of the conquest.

 

Felipe Guamán Poma of Ayala Viaja to Lima, accompanied by his son Francisco, his dogs Friend and Lautaro, leading his holding a permit horse and taking his chronicle to send the king from Lima.

THE LAST TOUR OF THE CHRONICLER: " OF THE WORLD THE AUTHOR A TURNS HIS HOUSE "