Huayna Capac


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the Incan ruler under whom the Incan empire reached its widest extent (died in 1525)

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Dicho presagio, surgido del original conflicto fraternal, predecia que los divinos descendientes de Viracocha Inca volvian y que, solo entonces, merced a su regreso, el heredado conflicto fraternal se acabaria, siendo ultimamente agudizado por la infidelidad de Huayna Capac, quien no supo legar lo suficientemente claro el imperio al primogenito Huascar o a Atahuallpa.
Que representa el cierre de la linea explicativa de la historia incaica y que alude al conflicto entre Huascar y Atahualpa por la herencia del poder tras la muerte de su padre, Huayna Capac.
Las cronicas afirman que Huayna Capac viajaba al Cusco cuando se enfermo, se supone que de viruela (una epidemia que llego a los Andes con los primeros viajes de Pizarro).
En la segunda conclusion a la undecima duda, dice Las Casas: <<El rey catolico de Castilla, nuestro senor esta obligado de necesidad de salvarse a restituir los reinos del Peru al Inca como nieto de Huayna Capac, digo al que fuere heredero de los dichos reinos>>.
Abstract: Perez, Felipe (1836-1891) author of the native thematic novels Huayna Capac (1856), Atahuallpa (1856), Los Pizarros (1857), Jilma (1858) and Los jigantes (1875), is the most prolific Colombian writer in this subgenre in the nineteenth century.
32) Un ejemplo de esa migracion forzosa es la colonizacion del valle de Cochabamba por Huayna Capac (Morales 1977 [1556], Wachtel 1980, 1982).
arruinada desde Atahualpa, mera sobrina de Huayna Capac, huerfana
El hijo de Huayna Capac, acababa de derrotar a su medio hermano Huascar y no se detendria hasta llegar al Cuzco.
Here and in the book, Niles' research focuses on another royal estate along the Urubamba River, this one owned by Huayna Capac, the last Inca to complete his reign prior to the arrival of the Spanish.
Built in 1534 on the site of the former royal palace of the Inca Huayna Capac, which itself was built on top of an older pre-Incan settlement, San Francisco is also aligned along the summer solstice with Cayambe to the northeast and along the winter solstice with Antisana to the southeast.
Sipping my bitter coffee, I browse through the yellowing pages of a book about the great revolt and the siege of Cuzco by Manco Inca, the brave young prince who was the son of Mama Runtu and Huayna Capac, twelfth monarch in the royal line that began with the founding of that great empire.
Cuando Manco, derrotado, se interna en la misteriosa Vilcabamba para organizar alli su pequena ciudadEstado al margen de la Historia, el sucesor, Paullu, otro hijo, como Manco, de Huayna Capac, a quien los espanoles entronizan en el Cuzco, es descrito en su infinita doblez, y lo vemos cambiar de bando con cinica reiteracion para aliarse con aquel, entre los conquistadores, que estuviera ganando las varias guerras civiles.
She succeeds in both endeavors, presenting an excellent discussion of how the Inca maintained a historical record without a written language, followed by a detailed analysis of the architecture of the palaces and estates of the Emperor Huayna Capac, the last Inca to rule before the arrival of the Spanish.
The city was abandoned and forgotten after 1527, following the death of Pachacuti Inca's successor, Huayna Capac, from smallpox (introduced by the Spanish invaders).