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Manco Inca founder of the NeoInca state of Vilcabamba 1537

Manco Inca founder of the NeoInca state of Vilcabamba 1537

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Manco Inca, founder of the Neo-Inca state of Vilcabamba (1537-1572

Manco Inca Yupanqui (drawing by Guaman Poma)

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30 Years War Mounted Cuirassier of the Holy Roman Empire c.1630 Toy Soldier 54mm

History. Manco Inca Yupanqui Biografia de Manco Cpac II o Manco Inca

Túpac Amaru

The siege of Cusco according to Felipe Guaman Poma de Ayala

Manco Inca, founder of the Neo-Inca state of Vilcabamba (1537-1572). His success in many of his battles against Pizarro was based on his ability to…

Viceroy Don Andrés Hurtado de Mendoza receives Sayri Túpac Inca, King of Peru, and honors him in Lima

7. Rulers of Vilcabamba ...

... state established by Manco Inca Yupanqui in Vilcabamba in 1537. 6. Vilcabamba ...

Inca Empire

Manco Inca, founder of the Neo-Inca state of Vilcabamba (1537-1572). His success in many of his battles against Pizarro was based on his ability to…

Inca Civil War

Reign, 1533. Predecessor, Atahualpa. Successor, Manco Inca Yupanqui

Paullu Inca

Retreating to Vilcabamba[edit]

Neo-Inca State

Inca army - Manco Inca using Spanish weapons.

Titu Cusi

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Battle of Ollantaytambo

Manco Inca, founder of the Neo-Inca state of Vilcabamba (1537-1572). His success in many of his battles against Pizarro was based on his ability to…

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Ancient Inca Civilization

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Manco was succeeded by his son Sayri Tupaq. :10 Manco Inca had several sons, including Sayri Tupaq, Titu Cusi, and Túpac Amaru.

"On July 3, 1535, Paullu, the Inca Manco's brother and head of

Xvlor Patallacta is ruin complex built by Inca Empire and destroyed by Manco

Ancient Inca civilization

Pizarro and his followers founding Lima

Naylamp arrival by dofreal

Illustration of a typical conquistador.

The Inca–Spanish confrontation in the Battle of Cajamarca left thousands of natives dead

Viracocha Inca - Image: Hp inka 8

Neo inca state

Almagro's forces took possession of Cusco

Mesoamerican, Inca, South America, Civilization, Peru, Empire, Turkey

Town of Ollantaytambo.jpg

Martín García Óñez de Loyola - Alonso de Ovalle's 1646 engraving of Quiñones, Oñez de

Sinchi Roca - Image: Sinchi Roca

Manco

Vilcabamba, Peru - Image: Vilcabamba 1

Hetalia,Inca,Cozco,Sapa Inca by OldSting

Vilcabamba, Peru - Image: Vilcabamba tree

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Arrival of Pizarro[edit]

Peruvian Inquisition [show article only]hover over links in text for more info

Pre-Inca Fortress (left) and Sacred Area (right). Ollantaytambo Fortress

Chalkuchimac, Inca general and companion of Atahualpa

Cápac Yupanqui - Painting of Cápac Yupanqui, oil on canvas, Brooklyn Museum

Matteo Pérez

"A chasqui blows his conch trumpet"

Yawar Waqaq

Cusco bat.jpg

Qullqa - Qullqas (Inca Warehouses) by Guaman Poma

Inca

Ñusta Hispana - Yurac Rumi ("white stone") at Ñusta Hispana

Sebastián de Belalcázar - Sebastián de Belalcázar

Huáscar

Manco Inca Titu Cusi Tupac Amaru; 8. Facts of Vilcabamba ...

Sapa Inca - Image: Inca mayta capac

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Ollantaytambo - A typical Inca doorway still used in the town. Note the single stone

Map of the Kingdom of Cusco.

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The Inti Raymi (Quechua for "sun festival")] is a religious ceremony of the Inca Empire in honor of the god Inti (Quechua for "sun"), one of the most ...

Vilcabamba, Ecuador - Town and Valley of Vilcabamba

Gonzalo Pizarro

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History of Ecuador

Diego de Almagro with Francisco Pizarro in Castiledrawing from 1615

Incan agriculture - Illustration of Inca farmers using a chaki taklla, by Felipe Guaman Poma

Ñusta Hispana - Image: INC Sign Nusta Hispana

Inca Empire - Manco Cápac, First Inca, 1 of 14 Portraits of Inca Kings

Edmundo Guillén and Elżbieta Dzikowska in the ruins of Vilcabamba, photo taken by Tony Halik

Quizu Yupanqui

Gonzalo Pizarro - Image: Gonzalo Pizarro

History

Aztec Priests, with their blood-matted hair, praying to their gods about Quetzelcoatl (Cortez) returning to them as the prophecy had foretold.

Mayta Cápac - Mayta Cápac

AGRICULTURA INCA

Xvlor.com Patallacta is ruin complex built by Inca Empire and destroyed by Manco

Xvlor Patallacta is ruin complex built by Inca Empire and destroyed by Manco

Moche Sacrifice (Detail)

Inca road system