El señorío de los incas (The Lordship of the Incas) is the second part of the Crónica del Perú (Chronicle of Peru), by Pedro Cieza, and deals with the history of the Incas and the dynasties of Ancient Peru. It was discovered in the Library of El Escorial by the Peruvian historian Manuel González de La Rosa, who prepared an edition to publish it in London in 1873. This did not see the light for economic reasons. In 1880, Marcos Jiménez de la Espada, finally published the work, with the title of Second part of the chronicle of Peru, which deals with the lordship of the Inca Yupanquis and its great facts and governance (now known as The Lordship of the Incas ).
Selection of: Manuel Ballesteros Gaibrois