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Ttahuantin-Suyu, or the empire of the Yncas (except Quito and Chile) in its four great divisions of Chincha-Suyu, Cunti-Suyu, Anti-Suyu, Colla-Suyu, with their tribes and ayllus or lineages, also the routes of the Ynca conquerors
- Saunders, Trelawney, 1821-1910
- London: published for the Journal of the Royal Geographical Society, by J. Murray, Albemarle Street, 1873.
Relief shown by shading. Territories of Inca rulers (Manco Ccapac to Huayna Ccapac) are listed, and routes of their conquests shown by numbered lines. The author's routes shown in red. Dedication above title: "Dedicated to His Excellency Don Manuel Pardo, President of the Republic of Peru." From: The Journal of the Royal Geographical Society of London. Volumes: 41(1871), pp.281-338 ; and 42, (1872), pp. 513-16; held in Firestone Library. Call number: G7 .J687 v. 41 1871 ; v.42 1872 Companion article by Clements R. Marham includes bibliographic sources written during the Spanish conquest or soon after used for geographic names and their localion.
- Peru and Bolivia
- Incas—Kings and rulers, Incas—History—Maps, Peru—History—1548-1820—Maps, Physical geography—Peru—Maps, Physical geography—Bolivia—Maps, and Peru—Maps
- Call number:
- G5311.E6 1873 .R6
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