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In the late 1580s to early 1590s, he was an assistant to Fray Martin de Murúa, another Spanish cleric.
The encomienda system did not grant people land, but it indirectly aided in the settlers' acquisition of land.
After many aborted facsimile-projects, a heavily retouched facsimile edition was produced in Paris in 1936, by.
Written between 1600 and 1615 and addressed to King , the Corónica outlines the injustices of colonial rule and argues that the Spanish were foreign settlers in Peru.
The second is the distribution of sovereign power between the States and the Federation, that the 13 States shall exercise sovereign power in local matters and the nation in matters affecting the country at large.