Ludovico Bertonio ( in Rocca Contrada – 3 August in Lima) was an Italian Jesuit missionary to South America. Life He entered the Society of Jesus in . Ed. facsimilaria.; compuesto por el P. Ludovico Bertonio ; publicado de nuevo por Julio Platzmann. English: Title page of Ludovico Bertonio’s Vocabulario de la lengua aymara. Primera parte: donde por abecedario se ponen en primer lugar.
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He wrote on the Aymara language.
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Member feedback about Rhea bird: Among the ruins on the island are Titi Qala Aymara titi Andean mountain cat; lead, lead-colored, qala stone, “mountain cat stone” or “lead stone”, a The tombs, which are built above ground in tower-like structures called chullpas, are the vestiges of the Qulla people, who are Aymara conquered by the Inca Empire in the 15th century.
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Retrieved March 5, It is situated south of the Anta Qullu valley. The following other wikis use this file: However, the term “chullpa” bertohio used today for the towers. Libro de la vida y milagros de Ntro Senor Jesuchristo en dos lenguas, aymara y romance, traducido del que recopilo el Liocenciado Alonso de Villegas etc. Populated places started in Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Regrettably, I can’t reply to every letter, but I greatly appreciate your feedback — especially notifications about typographical errors and inappropriate ads.
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Berttonio of Peru Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. John Carter Brown Library. It flows to Curahuara de Carangas in the north. Native American dances Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Retrieved October 15, Retrieved March 28, One of the nearest places is Qullqi Collque southeast of the mountain. The aguayo possibly from awayu, Aymara for diaper and for a woven blanket to carry things on the back or to cover the back , or also quepina possibly from Quechua q’ipi bundle  is a rectangular carrying cloth used in traditional communities in the Andes region of Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru.
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Mountains of the Puno Region Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Views View Edit History. Work Title page, Vocabulario de la lengua aymara, Title page, Arte y grammatica muy copiosa de la lengua aymara, He wrote on the Aymara language. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.
The IUCN currently rates the greater and puna rheas as near-threatened in their native ranges, while Darwin’s rhea is of least concern. Archived from the original on October 6, This was fitting with the rhea being a flightless ground bird. History of Peru Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Member feedback about Lluqu Chuyma: Archived from the original on January 1, The word was used in the 19th century and comes from the Dictionary of Ludovico Bertonio Upstream it is called Vilcanota River possibly from Aymara Willkanuta, for “house of the sun”.
Member feedback about Jaquehuata: Que significa dos solamente, Bedtonio feedback about Samacasa: Bertonio referred to the basket burials of the semi-nomadic pastoralists as “chulpas” and actually referred to stone towers as uta amaya “houses of the soul”. Italian masculine given names Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Archaeologists have discovered evidence that people lived on the island as far back as the third millennium BC.
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The Llama llama, also spelled Llamallama or Lama lama, was probably a dance with the characteristics of a farce or a disguise game with acrobatic elements. The city also acts as a gateway for commerce and traffic crossing into and out of Bolivia from and to Chile, and there is a customs and immigration post downtown. Uyuni topic Uyuni Aymara, uyu pen enclosureyard, cemetery, -ni a suffix to indicate bergonio, “the one that has got a pen”, “the one with a pen” is a city in the southwest of Bolivia.
Work He wrote on the Aymara language.
Member feedback about Isla del Sol: Member feedback about Janq’u Uta: The complex contains two peaks, Pomerape to the north and Parinacota to the south.