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Charcas

(chär`käs), Spanish colonial audienciaaudiencia
, royal court of justice in Spain and the Spanish Empire, varying greatly in its form and function but having some administrative as well as judicial capacity. Use of the term also extended to the court's jurisdictional area.
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 and presidency in South America, known also as Upper Peru and Chuquisaca. Charcas roughly corresponded to modern Bolivia but included parts of present Argentina, Chile, Peru, and Paraguay, encompassing a territorial expanse that led to disputes and wars after independence had been won. It was established in 1559 and was attached to the viceroyalty of Peru until joined (1776) to the newly created viceroyalty of La Plata. The prosecutor of Charcas, José de Antequera y Castro, led (1721) the first major creole uprising against viceregal authority. The city of SucreSucre,
city (1992 pop. 131,769), S central Bolivia, constitutional capital of Bolivia and capital of Chuquisaca dept. Since 1898, La Paz has been the administrative capital of Bolivia and the seat of the legislative and executive branches of government; Sucre is the seat of the
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 was sometimes called Charcas.
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Roedd mwy nag erioed yn cystadlu yn y cystadlaethau defaid a charcas, ac roedd yr ieuenctid yn chwarae rhan bwysig iawn, gydag Anest Fflur Roberts o Gorwen yn ennill yr Is-bencampwriaeth yn adran y defaid, a hynny ar ei hymgais gyntaf yn cystadlu, gyda dau oen Mynydd Du Cymreig.
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Carolina Jurado, se estudia, a partir del concepto economia de la gracia, el comportamiento de Pedro Osores de Ulloa, como segundo juez de visita y composicion de tierras en la Audiencia de Charcas a fines del siglo XVI.
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A pesar de las prohibiciones legales en materia de administracion de encomiendas por parte de las mujeres (12), encontramos dentro de las practicas cotidianas y la documentacion consultada para La Plata de los Charcas diversas encomenderas y poseedoras de indios.
Las trampas fueron colocadas en algunos sitios donde existian pequenas escorrentias de agua y, en donde fue posible, se construyeron pequenas charcas artificiales aprovechando la acumulacion de piedras y tierra con el fin de tener registros faunisticos en la epoca de sequia (noviembre a julio).
Jose Gabriel's cousin Diego Cristobal took command, and insurrectionary activity moved southward, allowing Diego Cristobal and the other leaders of the Tupamarista movement to collaborate with rebels from Upper Peru or Charcas (now Bolivia) loosely under the command of Julian Apaza "Tupac Katari" with devastating consequences for the royalists, compelling the Spanish to abandon the key city of Puno and laying siege to La Paz for several months.
Desde alli hasta el rio Loa (21[grados] latitud sur) se encontraba el desierto de Atacama que, en su totalidad pertenecia a la Audiencia de Charcas y, por lo tanto, a su heredera, la Republica de Bolivia.
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