Ollantay, Cusi Coyllur, and Yma Sumac's Reunion

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Title

Ollantay, Cusi Coyllur, and Yma Sumac's Reunion

Subject

Theater and society
Theater and state
Inca art
Inca mythology
Adultery (Inca law)
Quechua language
Incas--first contact with other peoples
Latin Americans
Two thousands (Decade)

Description

In this photograph, Ollantay is reunited with his wife Cusi Coyllur and their daughter Yma Sumac. They were all separated from each other from the moment of her illegitimate birth.

Creator

Damián Dovarganes

Source

Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin

Date

October 2004

Contributor

Leona Mariel Hernandez

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Type

Photograph

Citation

Damián Dovarganes, “Ollantay, Cusi Coyllur, and Yma Sumac's Reunion,” Hidden Histories UT-Austin, accessed July 12, 2024, http://hiddenhistoriesut.org/items/show/492.

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