Peru

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Fuente, Maria del Carmen de la, Maria Josefa Nolte and Lucy Nunez Rebaza: Peruvian Crafts : Origins and Evolution. Maria del Carmen de la Fuente; Maria Josefa Nolte; Lucy Nunez Rebaza; ... [et al.]. Lima, Peru : Allpa, 1992.
Zustand: geringe Lagerspuren, sehr gutes Exemplar, Neuwertig. Text / Sprache: Englisch , A history of popular art in Peru with a consideration of traditional crafts and contemporary crafts. With 305 objects pictured in color photos., A history of popular art in Peru with a consideration of traditional...; Decorative arts - Peru. Handicraft - Peru. Folk art - Peru. Includes bibliographical references (p.265-267) Maria del Carmen de la Fuente; Maria Josefa Nolte; Lucy Nunez Rebaza; ... [et al.]

277 S., mit zahlr. farbigen Abbildungen teils auf Tafeln, Fotos, 30,5 x 24 cm, gebundene Ausgabe,

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Ausstellungskatalog. Peru durch die Jahrtausende. Kunst und Kultur im Lande der Inka. Katalog zur Ausstellung im Schloss Schallaburg (7.5. - 1.11.1983). Mit einem Text- und einem Katalogteil. Herausgegeben vom Amt der NÖ Landesregierung. Mit vielen Fachbeiträgen. Überaus reich illustriert mit teils farbigen Abbildungen im Text- und Katalogteil. München, Stuck-Jugendstilverein. 1985 ; fester Einband / hard cover ISBN: 3-900464-01-4
- Aus dem Inhalt / Textbeiträge: Luis Enrique Tord: Peru: Utopie und Wirklichkeit. Javier Pulgar Vidal: Land und Menschen. Duccio Bonavia: Die ersten Peruaner. Federico Kauffmann Doig: Die formative Phase. Matos Mendieta: Huari (8. - 12. Jh. n. Chr.). Alberto Bueno Mendoza: Königreiche und Föderationen der späten Zwischenzeit (1000 - 1470 n. Chr.). Luis E. Valcarcel: Tahuantinsuyo oder Das Imperium der Inka. Juan Jose Varga: Die Eroberung des Inkareiches. Ella Dunbar Temple: Die Inka von Vilcabamba. Jose Antonio del Busto Duthurburu: Das Vizekönigreich von Peru. Jose Augustin de la Puente: Auf dem Weg zur Unabhängigkeit. Cesar Pacheco Velez: Die Republik Peru. Virgilio Roel: Peru im 20. Jahrhundert. Fernando Silva Santisteban: Die Ethnographie von Peru. Ana Savarain Bustillo de Graf: Zwei Zeugnisse peruanischen Musikschaffens im 18. Jahrhundert. Jorge Thomas: Peruanische Volkskunst der Gegenwart. Estuardo Nunez: Deutsche, Österreicher und Schweizer als Forscher in Peru... u.v.a.

3. Auflage. Gr.8°. [21,2 : 23,5 cm]. XV/454 Seiten. Mit einem Glossarium, einem Verzeichnis "Schreibweise und Aussprache" und einer Auswahlbibliographie. Farbig illustrierter Originalpappband mit illustriertem Vor-/Hintersatz. - Ein sehr gut erhaltenes, annähernd neuwertiges Exemplar ohne Eintragungen.

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ARTS & PHOTOGRAPHY, PERU, SOUTH AMERICA, AMERICAS, HISTORY geschichte südamerika lima kunst antike altertum cloth Cossio del Pomar, Felipe: The Art of Ancient Peru Profusely illustrated in B&W and Colour + Drawings by Emilio Sanchez. aus dem Nachlaß Gerhard Löwenthal, Wittenborn, New York 1971

leinen - 4°. OLn. m. Ou. 215 S. m Abb. , gutes Exemplar aus dem Nachlaß Gerhard Löwenthal Peru is a country in western South America. It is bordered on the north by Ecuador and Colombia, on the east by Brazil, on the southeast by Bolivia, on the south by Chile, and on the west by the Pacific Ocean. The earliest evidences of human presence in Peruvian territory have been dated to approximately 9,000 years BCE.[10] The oldest known complex society in Peru, the Norte Chico civilization, flourished along the coast of the Pacific Ocean between 3,000 and 1,800 BCE.[11] These early developments were followed by archaeological cultures such as Cupisnique, Chavin, Paracas, Mochica, Nazca, Wari, and Chimu. In the 15th century, the Incas emerged as a powerful state which, in the span of a century, formed the largest empire in pre-Columbian America.[12] Andean societies were based on agriculture, using techniques such as irrigation and terracing; camelid husbandry and fishing were also important. Organization relied on reciprocity and redistribution because these societies had no notion of market or money.[13] In 1532, a group of conquistadors led by Francisco Pizarro defeated and captured Inca Emperor Atahualpa. Ten years later, the Spanish Crown established the Viceroyalty of Peru, which included most of its South American colonies.[14] Viceroy Francisco de Toledo reorganized the country in the 1570s with silver mining as its main economic activity and Amerindian forced labor as its primary workforce.[15] Peruvian bullion provided revenue for the Spanish Crown and fueled a complex trade network that extended as far as Europe and the Philippines.[16] However, by the 18th century, declining silver production and economic diversification greatly diminished royal income.[17] In response, the Crown enacted the Bourbon Reforms, a series of edicts that increased taxes and partitioned the Viceroyalty of Peru.[18] The new laws provoked Tupac Amaru II's rebellion and other revolts, all of which were defeated.[19] In the early 19th century, while most of South America was swept by wars of independence, Peru remained a royalist stronghold. As the elite hesitated between emancipation and loyalty to the Spanish Monarchy, independence was achieved only after the occupation by military campaigns of Jose de San Martin and Simon Bolivar.[20] During the early years of the Republic, endemic struggles for power between military leaders caused political instability.[21] National identity was forged during this period, as Bolivarian projects for a Latin American Confederation floundered and a union with Bolivia proved ephemeral.[22] Between the 1840s and 1860s, Peru enjoyed a period of stability under the presidency of Ramon Castilla through increased state revenues from guano exports.[23] However, by the 1870s, these resources had been squandered, the country was heavily indebted, and political in-fighting was again on the rise.[24] Independence was proclaimed by Jose de San Martin in 1821. Peru was defeated by Chile in the 1879-1883 War of the Pacific, losing the provinces of Arica and Tarapaca in the treaties of Ancon and Lima. Internal struggles after the war were followed by a period of stability under the Civilista Party, which lasted until the onset of the authoritarian regime of Augusto B. Leguia.[25] The Great Depression caused the downfall of Leguia, renewed political turmoil, and the emergence of the American Popular Revolutionary Alliance (APRA).[26] The rivalry between this organization and a coalition of the elite and the military defined Peruvian politics for the following three decades.[27] In 1968, the Armed Forces, led by General Juan Velasco Alvarado, staged a coup against president Fernando Belaunde. The new regime undertook radical reforms aimed at fostering development but failed to gain widespread support.[28] In 1975, General Francisco Morales Bermudez forcefully replaced Velasco, paralyzed reforms, and oversaw the reestablishment of democracy.[29] During the 1980s, Peru faced a considerable external debt, ever-growing inflation, a surge in drug trafficking, and massive political violence.[30] Under the presidency of Alberto Fujimori (1990-2000), the country started to recover; however, accusations of authoritarianism, corruption, and human rights violations forced his resignation after the controversial 2000 elections.[31] Since the end of the Fujimori regime, Peru has tried to fight corruption while sustaining economic growth.(wikipedia) Peruvian territory was home to ancient cultures, spanning from the Norte Chico civilization, one of the oldest in the world, to the Inca Empire, the largest state in Pre-Columbian America. The Spanish Empire conquered the region in the 16th century and established a Viceroyalty, which included most of its South American colonies. After achieving independence in 1821, Peru has undergone periods of political unrest and fiscal crisis as well as periods of stability and economic upswing. Peru is a representative democratic republic divided into 25 regions. Its geography varies from the arid plains of the Pacific coast to the peaks of the Andes Mountains and the tropical forests of the Amazon Basin. It is a developing country with a high Human Development Index score and a poverty level around 31%. Its main economic activities include agriculture, fishing, mining, and manufacturing of products such as textiles. The Peruvian population, estimated at 29.5 million, is multiethnic, including Amerindians, Europeans, Africans, and Asians. The main spoken language is Spanish, although a significant number of Peruvians speak Quechua or other native languages. This mixture of cultural traditions has resulted in a wide diversity of expressions in fields such as art, cuisine, literature, and music.(wikipedia)

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Doris Kurella: Kulturen und Bauwerke des Alten Peru, Kröner,Jun 2008 ISBN: 9783520505019
Trotz der enormen Vielfalt an kulturellen Schätzen Perus, gibt es kaum ausreichende Informationen darüber. DiesemMissstand soll das Buch abhelfen. Es beschreibt die Kulturen des Alten Peru und ihre Verbindungen zueinander. Detaillierte Erklärungen und Zeichnungen ihrer Bauwerke machen es zu einem idealen Reisebegleiter. Das Reich der Inka war zweifellos das berühmteste, das je in Peru existiert hat; die architektonischen Meisterleistungen, die noch heute in der Hauptstadt Cusco und im geheimnisumwitterten Ort Machupicchu sowie in zahlreichen Bauwerken, die über ganz Peru und darüberhinaus verteilt sind, bewundert werden können, lassen die Größe dieser Kultur erahnen. Aber auch schon lange vor der Entstehung des Inkareiches gab es Kulturen in Peru; so ist die schon um 3000 v. Chr. besiedelte Stadt Calral die älteste Amerikas.In diesemBand werden die Kulturen Perus mit ihren Sitten und Besonderheiten sowie die Beziehungen der Kulturen zueinander vorgestellt. BesonderesAugenmerk liegt dabei auf den noch erhaltenen Bauwerken, da sie die markantesten Zeugnisse dieser Kulturen sind. Pläne und Abbildungenunterstützen hierbei die Erklärungen. Kulturen und Bauwerke des Alten Peru bietet sich also als Reisebegleitbuch für denjenigen an, der vor Ort etwas mehr über die großartigen Kulturen und Bauwerke des Alten Peru erfahren will; aber auch der Leser, der zu Hausebleibt, hat seine Freude an dem Buch: da es zur gleichen Zeit eine Kulturgeschichte ist, die, fachkundig und flüssig geschrieben, den ersten Überblick in deutscher Sprache über die präkolumbischen Kulturen Perus gibt.Mit Register, Literaturangaben und zahlreichen Abbildungen.

NEUBUCH! 190x121x19 mm; Bd.505

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