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EUDAVE EUSEBIO, Itzá. INVENTION, COLONIZATION AND INDIGENOUS MEMORY IN THE NARRATIVE OF BENARDINO DE SAHAGÚN. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2016, n.49, pp.57-72. ISSN 0719-2681. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812016000100008.
With the arrival of Europeans in the sixteenth century the territory that would be renamed as America, the speech to explain what his eyes was presented as a "New World" developed a representation that re- ordered and re- classified. To achieve this, various mechanisms of colonization on the peoples and cultures would be implemented. Narrating these events would also be a tool of taxation and justification of a new colonial order. In this context, the various ways of naming and representing the divine would covert the value and content provided by indigenous peoples. Starting a long process of colonization of memory - history of indigenous peoples.
Palabras clave : Invention; colonization; idolatry; allegory; memory.