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2 edition of Myths of ancient Peru found in the catalog.

Myths of ancient Peru

Baltimore Museum of Art.

Myths of ancient Peru

[exhibition, Oct. 7-Nov. 30, 1969.

by Baltimore Museum of Art.

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Published in Baltimore, Md .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Peru
    • Subjects:
    • Indian pottery -- Peru -- Exhibitions.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes essays by H. Bruce Greene and William L. Hommel.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF3429.3.P8 B3
      The Physical Object
      Pagination32 p.
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4574130M
      LC Control Number77100497

      Flood Myths - South America Acawai (Orinoco) In the Huarochiri area of Peru, the Quechua-speaking people have a myth of a deluge caused by a God whose presence was not recognized by the people. Inca (Peru) Pictorial records of ancient Incan rulers show that a flood rose above the highest mountains. All created things perished, except.   Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt by Lewis Spence. Download; Bibrec; Bibliographic Record. Author: Spence, Lewis, Illustrator: Paul, Evelyn, Title: Myths and Legends of Ancient Egypt Language: English: audio books by Jane Austen Missing: Peru.

      My review of Edith Hamilton's Mythology - Timeless Tales of God's and Heroes. This is the 75th Anniversary illustrated edition and it's a work of beauty. See. The Inca creation myth. The Inca empire covered the Andean region, including Peru, Ecuador; and Bolivia. The language of the empire, Quechua, is still spoken extensively in Peru and Bolivia. Please take note that the god in this myth is named Con Tiqui (or Kon Tiki) Viracocha. In the most ancient of times the earth was covered in.

      Buy this Book at The Myths of Mexico and Peru by Lewis Spence [] Contents Start Reading Text Chapter I: The Civilisation of Mexico Chapter II: Mexican Mythology Chapter III: Myths and Legends of the Ancient Mexicans Chapter IV: The Maya Race and Mythology Chapter V: Myths of the Maya Chapter VI: The Civilisation of Old Peru. "Fascinating myths and legends representing ancient cultures from six continents are retold and shared through text, artwork, and photographs in these twelve volumes. Keeping in mind that many of the stories have survived the centuries through oral tradition, it's obvious that an enormous amount of research was required to compile the g: Peru.


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