Philip Ainsworth MeansPhilip Ainsworth Means (1892–1944) was an American born anthropologist and historian. He was most well known for his study of South America, specifically Peru. Means made a total of 5 extended trips to Peru where he studied the Inca's of the Cuzco area, published multiple books, supervised excavations, and held the position of Director of Peru's national museum of Archeology. His book "Ancient Civilization of the Andes" was one of the first to explain Incan history and culture. His works include ''History of the Spanish Conquest of Yucatan and of the Itzas'' (1917), ''Fall of the Inca Empire and the Spanish Rule in Peru'', 1530-1780 (1932), ''The Spanish Main: Focus of Envy, 1492-1700'' (1935) as well as a publication regarding the Newport Tower in Rhode Island (1942). Provided by Wikipedia
Relation of the discovery and conquest of the kingdoms of Peru, by Pedro Pizarro ... tr. into English and annotated by Philip Ainsworth Means.
by Pizarro, Pedro, 16th cent.Other Authors: '; “...Means, Philip Ainsworth, 1892-1944....”
An account of the conquest of Peru, written by Pedro Sancho, secretary to Pizarro and scrivener to his army; tr. into English and annotated by Philip Ainsworth Means.
by Sancho, Pedro.Other Authors: '; “...Means, Philip Ainsworth, 1892-1944....”
Memorias antiguas historiales del Peru / by Fernando Montesinos ; edited by Philip Ainsworth Means with Clements R. Markham.
by Montesinos, Fernando, active 17th century.Other Authors: '; “...Means, Philip Ainsworth, 1892-1944....”