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  • Biblioteca Santa Rosa de Lima ()

    Since in 1907 Father Domingo Angulo published his Santa Rosa de Santa María. Bibliographic study 110 years have passed, and also 400 years of which Leonardo Hansen called the precious death of the first American saint. Throughout these centuries, studies on Santa Rosa de Lima have multiplied favorably, but the...

  • Library of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega , ()

    Gómez Suárez de Figueroa is the name the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega was called by his acquaintances. He was born in Cuzco on 12 April 1539. He descends on his mother's side, Isabel Isabel Chimpu Ocllo, from the Incas Tupac Yupanqui and Huayna Capac. By his father, Captain Sebastian...

  • Library of Santiago de Cárdenas , ()

    The eighteenth century gave birth to a celebrated character of the Peruvian history, whose memory has hardly survived until now, under the shadow of the Tradiciones peruanas (oral tradition stories) of Ricardo Palma, that called him “El Volador” (the flyer). This personage was Santiago de Cárdenas, native of Lima, ingenious...

  • Library Amarilis , ()

    The Proyecto de Estudios Indianos inaugurates with the Amarilis Library a series of digital collections that gather the volumes that occupied the shelves of the American writers of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. Libraries are a valuable tool for understanding the books and for reconstructing the ideological borders that...