Historia de la villa imperial de Potosí: riquesas incomparables de su famoso cero, grandesasde su magnanima poblacion, sus gueras civiles y casos memorables

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Title
Historia de la villa imperial de Potosí: riquesas incomparables de su famoso cero, grandesasde su magnanima poblacion, sus gueras civiles y casos memorables
Subtitle
riquesas incomparables de su famoso cero, grandesasde su magnanima poblacion, sus gueras civiles y casos memorables
Series
Latin American Travelogues
Contributors
Arzáns de Orsúa y Vela, Bartolomé, 1676-1736 (creator)
Keywords
Manuscripts, Spanish
History
Early works to 1800
Notes
Por Bartholome Arzay Sanches y Vela
Manuscript of "primera parte" of the complete work; of uncertain origin and provenance before it was purchased in 1905, in Paris, by George Earl Church
Written in two columns of 51-56 lines
Numbered leaf 192 lacking
Author's name changed on title page from Bartholome Arzans de Orzua y Vela
Inscribed in red on title page, and i black on first page of main text, "De D. Luis Josef de Lacoa"
This manuscript was the basis for pt. 1 of the transcription of the whole work published under title: Historia de la villa imperial de Potosí / por Bartolomé Arzáns de Orsúa y Vela ; edición de Lewis Hanke y Gunnar Mendoza. Providence, R.I. : Brown University Press, 1965. For a detailed description of this manuscript, and of another one in the Biblioteca de Palacio, Madrid, see v. 3, p. 461-469 of that publication
Extent
[9], 543 leaves : ill., maps ; 32 cm.

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Arzáns de Orsúa y Vela, Bartolomé, "Historia de la villa imperial de Potosí: riquesas incomparables de su famoso cero, grandesasde su magnanima poblacion, sus gueras civiles y casos memorables " Latin American Travelogues. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://repository.library.brown.edu/studio/item/bdr:372649/

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