CONTENTS: BOTH VOLUMES: ‘THE WORLD ACCORDING TO AZTECS AND INCAS’

VOLUME 1

Contents: Both volumes… 4

My take off… 7

Spaniards changed the story… 22

Mexico today in figures… 108

Mexico: Do you remember?… 109

Where did Mexicos cultures come from?… 110

Mexicos motherculture: Olmecs… 123

Where gods are born… 132

Where did the Aztecs come from?… 145

Huitzilopochtli – tribalgod, god of war, hummingbird god… 166

Quetzalcoatl – the god… 181

Quetzalcoatl – the king… 197

The Aztecs establish themselves… 212

The Aztecs flowerwars… 235

The Aztec Sun Stone and the creations… 256

The great double temple of the Aztecs… 274

Cortés goes ashore in Mexico… 294

Cortés march at Tenochtitlán… 328

Massacre in Cholula… 343

Meeting in Coyoacán… 356

The Sad Night… 373

The siege of the Spaniards… 405

The Spanish conquest… 421

Images of colonization… 432

Virgin of Guadalupe… 451

VOLUME 2

Contents: Both volumes… 4

Peru today in figures… 7

Peru: Do you remember?… 8

How did the Andes gods come?… 9

The first people, the flood and the devil… 32

Creatorgods and the Sun Inti… 54

Giants and devils brood… 81

The origin of Incas… 94

The origin of Incas – version 2.0… 109

A golden wand to the Children of the Sun… 121

Incas wandering with the golden wand… 130

The second Inca… 142

The Incas women… 155

Inca after Inca – from Hurin to Hanan… 167

The Incas defence for attacks… 185

He who overturns the world… 205

Pachacútecs city… 217

Machu Picchu build, abandoned? – and found… 239

Law and order for most people… 258

A world empire doesn’t create itself… 277

The Inca Empire grows, grows and grows… 294

War of Brothers… 308

Hostage drama in Cajamarca… 325

The Spanish conquest… 348

Gold and rebellion… 361

Paradise in the chapel… 376

An indian pass on the word… 390

My comparisons – long lines through the countries… 428

Bibliography… 491

Measurements and values… 523

Names… 524

My favourite museums in Mexico and Peru… 536

The author… 538

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(pp. 4-5 in both volumes):

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO AZTECS AND INCAS: MYTHS AND STORIES FROM MEXICO AND PERU. Edited, translated, retold and commented by Mikael Witte. Volume 1 + Volume 2

476 pages + 540 pages. Richly illustrated in colors

400  Dkr. for each volume (Danish tax is included) + shipping

Published by Selskabet for smukkere Byfornyelse

Sale: selskabetfor@outlook.dk

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