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Lozano, Pedro
DESCRIPCION CHOROGRAPHICA DEL TERRENO, RIOS, ARBOLES Y ANIMALES DE LAS DILATADISSIMAS PROVINCIAS DEL GRAN CHACO, GUALAMBA, Y DE LOS RITOS, Y COSTUMBRES DE LAS INNUMERABLES NACIONES BARBARAS, È INFIELES, QUE LE HABITAN. CORDOBA: JOSEPH SANTOS BALBAS, 1733
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6 0009 000
Lot. Vendu 6,875 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
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Lozano, Pedro
DESCRIPCION CHOROGRAPHICA DEL TERRENO, RIOS, ARBOLES Y ANIMALES DE LAS DILATADISSIMAS PROVINCIAS DEL GRAN CHACO, GUALAMBA, Y DE LOS RITOS, Y COSTUMBRES DE LAS INNUMERABLES NACIONES BARBARAS, È INFIELES, QUE LE HABITAN. CORDOBA: JOSEPH SANTOS BALBAS, 1733
Estimation
6 0009 000
Lot. Vendu 6,875 GBP (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Lozano, Pedro
DESCRIPCION CHOROGRAPHICA DEL TERRENO, RIOS, ARBOLES Y ANIMALES DE LAS DILATADISSIMAS PROVINCIAS DEL GRAN CHACO, GUALAMBA, Y DE LOS RITOS, Y COSTUMBRES DE LAS INNUMERABLES NACIONES BARBARAS, È INFIELES, QUE LE HABITAN. CORDOBA: JOSEPH SANTOS BALBAS, 1733
FIRST EDITION, 4to (202 x 143mm.), woodcut Jesuit device on title-page, woodcut initials, typographic headpieces, woodcut tailpiece, folding engraved map of the Chaco Basin, contemporary limp vellum, foot of title-page excised, small stain in quire N, map slightly torn and repaired, pastedowns removed, binding reattached with Japanese paper, binding without ties
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Bibliographie

Palau 142967; Sabin 42598

Description

The Chaco Basin is on the borders of modern Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay; there were several Jesuit missions there and this account, by the Jesuit Pedro Lozano (1697-1752), is considered the first natural history of the region. The map shows the Jesuit missions as well as native settlements and the locations of various martyrdoms of Jesuits. The Chaco became known as an area of resistance to Spanish attempts to force the local populations into servitude.

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