Garcilaso de la Vega

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Gar·ci·la·so de la Ve·ga

 (gär′sə-lä′sō də lə vā′gə, gär-thē-lä′sō thĕ lä vĕ′gä) Known as "El Inca." 1539?-1616.
Peruvian-born Spanish soldier, historian, and translator. The son of an Inca princess, he vividly retold Peruvian history and folklore in his Comentarios Reales (1609).
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We have prepared two eclogues, one by the famous poet Garcilasso, the other by the most excellent Camoens, in its own Portuguese tongue, but we have not as yet acted them.
Si la fortuna d'un tal hombre 's gloria / con gloria quedaras tu, Garcilasso, / pues, con la d['] el, tu gloria va medida, (w.
Later historians, especially acculturated Incas and mestizos, no longer mentioned that the Inca "overlooked certain things." In the early seventeenth century, Garcilasso de la Vega, the son of a conquistador and Inca princess, told ancient tales of severe anti-sodomy imperialism.
Un descendiente de los Incas, autoridad mas segura que la de Garcilasso, calcula el numero de los muertos en diez mil.
(15) The first edition is entitled Las obras de Boscan y algvnas de Garcilasso dela Vega repartidas en qvatro libros (The Works of Boscan and Some of Garcilaso de la Vega, Divided into Four Books).