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The extirpation of idolatry in Peru, by Father Pablo Joseph de Arriaga ; translated and edited by L. Clark Keating

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The extirpation of idolatry in Peru
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The extirpation of idolatry in Peru
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by Father Pablo Joseph de Arriaga ; translated and edited by L. Clark Keating
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Long recognized as a classic account of the early Spanish efforts to convert the Indians of Peru, Father De Arriaga's book, originally published in 1621, has become comparatively rare even in its Spanish editions. This translation now makes available for the first time in English a unique record of the customs and religious practices that prevailed after the Spanish conquest. In his book, which was designed as a manual for the rooting out of paganism, De Arriaga sets down plainly and methodically what he found among the Indians -- their objects of worship, their priests and sorcerers ..
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The extirpation of idolatry in Peru, by Father Pablo Joseph de Arriaga ; translated and edited by L. Clark Keating
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The extirpation of idolatry in Peru, by Father Pablo Joseph de Arriaga ; translated and edited by L. Clark Keating
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  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Preface; Contents; Introduction; Father Pablo Joseph de Arriaga; The Extirpation of Idolatry In Peru; To the King Our Lord in His Royal Council of the Indies; PREFACE. To the Reader; CHAPTER ONE. How Idolatry Came to Be Discovered in the Archbishopric of Lima; CHAPTER TWO. What the Indians Worship Today and of What Their Idolatry Consists; CHAPTER THREE. Concerning the Ministers of Idolatry; CHAPTER FOUR. What Is Offered in Their Sacrifices and in What Manner; CHAPTER FIVE. The Festivals Celebrated for the Huacas
  • CHAPTER SIX. The Abuses and Superstitions of the IndiansCHAPTER SEVEN. Concerning the Roots and Causes of the Idolatry That Is Found among the Indians Today; CHAPTER EIGHT. Other Causes of the Idolatry of the Indians; CHAPTER NINE. Proving That in the Provinces Not Yet Visited Much Idolatry Remains; CHAPTER TEN. Showing That in the Provinces That Have Been Visited Many Roots of Idolatry Remain; CHAPTER ELEVEN. The Means of Uprooting Idolatry; CHAPTER TWELVE. What Sort of Visitor Is Needed for the Extirpation of Idolatry
  • CHAPTER THIRTEEN. What a Visitor Should Do upon Reaching a Town, Distribution of Time and SermonsCHAPTER FOURTEEN. HOW a Visit Should Be Begun; CHAPTER FIFTEEN. HOW a Sorcerer or Any Other Indian Who Reveals or Gives Information about Huacas Is to Be Examined; CHAPTER SIXTEEN. HOW a Visit Is to Be Conducted; CHAPTER SEVENTEEN. Conclusion and Summary of Everything That Has Been Said; CHAPTER EIGHTEEN. Remedies for the Extirpation of Idolatry in This Archbishopric and How They Now Stand at the Beginning of Lent, 1621
  • CHAPTER NINETEEN. The State of Christianity outside This Archbishopric and in the Rest of PeruCHAPTER TWENTY. Of the Importance of Missions; An Edict against Idolatry; Regulations to Be Left by the Visitor in the Towns as a Remedy for the Extirpation of Idolatry; APPENDIX. Quechua Glossary; Index; A; B; C; D; E; F; G; H; I; J; L; M; N; O; P; Q; R; S; T; U; V; X; Y
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