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HERRERA VILLAGRA, Alejandro. THE YNDIO ÑISCAP RUNE. ANDEAN MYTHICAL-HISTORICAL TRADITIONS IN WRITTEN TEXTS FOR THE EXTIRPATION OF IDOLATRIES AND EVANGELIZATION: A PARADOXICAL MEAN OF INDIGENOUS RELIGIOUS PERSISTENCE. HUAROCHIRÍ, ¿1598-1608?. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2016, n.49, pp.423-442. ISSN 0719-2681. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812016000100037.
Abstract: The province of Huarochiri was the place of origin of the removal of idolatries in the first decade of the seventeenth century. There, the vicar Francisco de Avila along with a group of indigenous christians carried forward a legal-ecclesial research applied to Yungas communities suspected of secretly persisting in the practice of beliefs contrary to the dogma. This research included field visits, interrogations, confiscation of ritual objects and the construction of texts in quechua language. The research was designed to identify the "fables" and "superstition" of the "Idolatry" and its ultimate purpose was to create usable information for the destruction of their ideological and material aspects and, invariably, the forced evangelization. In this essay we develop a myth graphic analysis on deities of the Central Sierra that allows us to address our general hypothesis about the construction of a colonial andean memory based on the practice of the indigenous writing.
Palabras clave : Yungas; indigenous writing and memory; Cuniraya Huiracocha; Pariacaca; evangelization and removal of idolatries; ecclesial research; quechua-spanish translation.