The Language of the Inka Since the European Invasion

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The Inka empire, Tawantinsuyu, fell to Spanish invaders within a year's time (1532-1533), but Quechua, the language of the Inka, is still the primary or only language of millions of Inka descendants throughout the southern Andes. In this innovative study, Bruce Mannheim synthesizes all that is currently known about the history of Southern Peruvian Quechua since the Spanish invasion, providing new insights into the nature of language change in general, into the social and historical contexts of language change, and into the ...

The Language of the Inka Since the European Invasion 2011, University of Texas Press

ISBN-13: 9780292729261

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The Language of the Inka Since the European Invasion 1991, University of Texas Press, Austin, TX

ISBN-13: 9780292746633

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