Historia de las Indias : libro segundo / Fr. B. de las Casas. 1559.


Casas, Bartolomé de las, 1474-1566. Historia de las Indias : libro segundo / Fr. B. de las Casas.

Historia de las Indias : libro segundo / Fr. B. de las Casas. 1559.

A copy, in secretarial hand, of the second of the three books comprising Las Casas' monumental chronicle of the discovery, exploration, and colonization of America, describing events which took place between 1501 and 1510.

391 leaves, bound ; 30 cm.

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