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The Resource The natural and moral history of the Indies, by Joseph de Acosta ; reprinted from the English translated edition of Edward Grimston, 1604 ; edited by Clements R. Markham. Volume II, the moral history (books V, VI and VII), (electronic resource)

The natural and moral history of the Indies, by Joseph de Acosta ; reprinted from the English translated edition of Edward Grimston, 1604 ; edited by Clements R. Markham. Volume II, the moral history (books V, VI and VII), (electronic resource)

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The natural and moral history of the Indies
Title
The natural and moral history of the Indies
Statement of responsibility
by Joseph de Acosta ; reprinted from the English translated edition of Edward Grimston, 1604 ; edited by Clements R. Markham. Volume II, the moral history (books V, VI and VII)
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • spa
  • eng
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Biography type
contains biographical information
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1540-1600
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Acosta, José de
Dewey number
910.82
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1830-1916
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  • Grimeston, Edward
  • Markham, Clements R.
Series statement
Hakluyt Society, First Series
Series volume
v. 61
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  • Acosta, José de
  • Indians of Mexico
  • Indians of South America
  • Natural history
  • America
  • America
  • America
  • Latin America
  • Peru
Label
The natural and moral history of the Indies, by Joseph de Acosta ; reprinted from the English translated edition of Edward Grimston, 1604 ; edited by Clements R. Markham. Volume II, the moral history (books V, VI and VII), (electronic resource)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1880 ed. printed for the Hakluyt Society
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""COVER""; ""CONTENTS OF VOL. II""; ""ANALYTICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""THE FIFT BOOKE: Of the Naturall and Morall Historic of the Indies""; ""CHAP. I.â€? That the Pride and Malice of the Divell hath beene the cause of Idolatrie""; ""CHAP. II.â€?Of many kindes of idolatry the Indians have used""; ""CHAP. III.â€?That the Indians have some knowledge of God""; ""CHAP. IV.â€?Of the first kinde of Idolatric, upon naturall and universall things""; ""CHAP. V.â€? Of the Idolatry the Indians used to particular things""; ""CHAP. VI.â€?Of another kinde of idolatry upon the dead""
  • ""CHAP. VII.â€?Of Superstitions they used to the Dead""""CHAP. VIII.â€?Of the manner of burying the dead among the Mexicaine and sundrie other Nations""; ""CHAP. IX.â€?The fourth and last kinde of Idolatry the Indians used, especially the Mexicaines, to Images and Idolls""; ""CHAP. X.â€?Of a strange manner of Idolatry practised amongst the Mexicaines""; ""CHAP. XI.â€?How the Devill hath laboured to make himself equall unto God, and to imitate him in his Sacrifices, Religion, and Sacraments""; ""CHAP. XII.â€?Of the Temples that were found at the Indies""
  • ""CHAP. XIII.â€?Of the Prowd Temples at Mexico""""CHAP. XIV.â€?Of the Priestes and their offices""; ""CHAP. XV.â€? Of the monastery of Virgins which the divell hath invented for his service""; ""CHAP. XVI. â€? Of the Monasteries of religious men that the devill hath invented for superstition""; ""CHAP. XVII.â€?Of Penance and the Strictnes the Indians have used at the Divell's perswasion""; ""CHAP. XVIII.â€? Of the Sacrifices the Indians made to the Divell, and whereof""; ""CHAP. XIX.â€?Of the Sacrifices they made of men""
  • ""CHAP. XX.â€? Of the horrible sacrifices of men which the Mexicaines used""""CHAP. XXI. â€? Of another kind of sacrifices of men which the Mexicaines used""; ""CHAP. XXII.â€?How the Indians grew weary and could not endure the cruelty of Sathan""; ""CHAP. XXIII.â€?How the Divell hath laboured to imitate and counterfaite the Sacraments of the holy Church""; ""CHAP. XXIV.â€?In what maner the Divell hath laboured in Mexico to counterfaite the feast of the holy Sacrament and Communion used in the holy Church""; ""CHAP. XXV.â€? Of Confessors and Confession which the Indians used""
  • ""CHAP. XXVI.â€? Of the abominable unction which the Mexicaine priestcs and other Nations used, and of their whichcraftes""""CHAP. XXVIL.â€?Of other Ceremonies and Customes of the Indians which are like unto ours""; ""CHAP. XXVIII.â€?Of some Feasts celebrated by them, of Cusco, and how the Divell would imitate the mysterie of the holy Trintie""; ""CHAP. XXIX.â€?Of the feast of lubilee which the Mexicaines celebrated""; ""CHAP. XXX.â€?Of the Feast of Marchants, which those of Cholutecas did celebrate""
Control code
ocn694146928
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, [295]-551 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781409415671
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)694146928
Label
The natural and moral history of the Indies, by Joseph de Acosta ; reprinted from the English translated edition of Edward Grimston, 1604 ; edited by Clements R. Markham. Volume II, the moral history (books V, VI and VII), (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
Reprint of the 1880 ed. printed for the Hakluyt Society
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • ""COVER""; ""CONTENTS OF VOL. II""; ""ANALYTICAL TABLE OF CONTENTS""; ""THE FIFT BOOKE: Of the Naturall and Morall Historic of the Indies""; ""CHAP. I.â€? That the Pride and Malice of the Divell hath beene the cause of Idolatrie""; ""CHAP. II.â€?Of many kindes of idolatry the Indians have used""; ""CHAP. III.â€?That the Indians have some knowledge of God""; ""CHAP. IV.â€?Of the first kinde of Idolatric, upon naturall and universall things""; ""CHAP. V.â€? Of the Idolatry the Indians used to particular things""; ""CHAP. VI.â€?Of another kinde of idolatry upon the dead""
  • ""CHAP. VII.â€?Of Superstitions they used to the Dead""""CHAP. VIII.â€?Of the manner of burying the dead among the Mexicaine and sundrie other Nations""; ""CHAP. IX.â€?The fourth and last kinde of Idolatry the Indians used, especially the Mexicaines, to Images and Idolls""; ""CHAP. X.â€?Of a strange manner of Idolatry practised amongst the Mexicaines""; ""CHAP. XI.â€?How the Devill hath laboured to make himself equall unto God, and to imitate him in his Sacrifices, Religion, and Sacraments""; ""CHAP. XII.â€?Of the Temples that were found at the Indies""
  • ""CHAP. XIII.â€?Of the Prowd Temples at Mexico""""CHAP. XIV.â€?Of the Priestes and their offices""; ""CHAP. XV.â€? Of the monastery of Virgins which the divell hath invented for his service""; ""CHAP. XVI. â€? Of the Monasteries of religious men that the devill hath invented for superstition""; ""CHAP. XVII.â€?Of Penance and the Strictnes the Indians have used at the Divell's perswasion""; ""CHAP. XVIII.â€? Of the Sacrifices the Indians made to the Divell, and whereof""; ""CHAP. XIX.â€?Of the Sacrifices they made of men""
  • ""CHAP. XX.â€? Of the horrible sacrifices of men which the Mexicaines used""""CHAP. XXI. â€? Of another kind of sacrifices of men which the Mexicaines used""; ""CHAP. XXII.â€?How the Indians grew weary and could not endure the cruelty of Sathan""; ""CHAP. XXIII.â€?How the Divell hath laboured to imitate and counterfaite the Sacraments of the holy Church""; ""CHAP. XXIV.â€?In what maner the Divell hath laboured in Mexico to counterfaite the feast of the holy Sacrament and Communion used in the holy Church""; ""CHAP. XXV.â€? Of Confessors and Confession which the Indians used""
  • ""CHAP. XXVI.â€? Of the abominable unction which the Mexicaine priestcs and other Nations used, and of their whichcraftes""""CHAP. XXVIL.â€?Of other Ceremonies and Customes of the Indians which are like unto ours""; ""CHAP. XXVIII.â€?Of some Feasts celebrated by them, of Cusco, and how the Divell would imitate the mysterie of the holy Trintie""; ""CHAP. XXIX.â€?Of the feast of lubilee which the Mexicaines celebrated""; ""CHAP. XXX.â€?Of the Feast of Marchants, which those of Cholutecas did celebrate""
Control code
ocn694146928
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiii, [295]-551 pages)
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781409415671
Note
eBooks on EBSCOhost
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)694146928

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