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  • A land of wonders(Pizarro's first voyage)
  • Puerto Pizarro
  • Death of Inca
  • Francisco Pizarro made his first voyage to the New World in November 1524. But there was many hardships with the natives in Panama, Pizarro came back to Spain empty handed. Pizarro's second voyage (November 1526 to late 1527) was much larger, with 160 men and several horses carried in two ships. Sailing off the coast, Ruiz made first contact with Incas.
  • Audience With the King
  • The local governor told the Spanish that they were "welcome to come ashore and provision themselves with water and whatever they needed without fear of harm." Nonetheless, the governor sent an official report about the strangers to his king, the great Wayna Capac.
  • March to Cajamarca
  • The Inca governor at Tumbes sent his runners with all speed to the Inca Wayna Capac who was near Quito resting after battle. No doubt, too, he was weighing up the sinister news of the outbreak of pestilence in the heart of his empire. But he had only moved a short way south when the disease struck his camp. The incubation period of smallpox is only a few days and, in no time, it swept through the army. Many of his trusted generals died; and then the Inca himself caught it.
  • Death of Inca
  • the Kind was convinced to need to sign a deal with the conquistadors with Pizarro. The queen granted Pizarro a license to "discover and conquer Peru" which is described as rich fertile land, used by people more reasonable than any other. The terms of grant gave Pizarro the governship of Peru.
  • A year later, Pizarro returns to find Tubes in ruins-a burned out,victim of the civil war raging in the empire. Pizarro and his small army marched into the interior. About every hourAtahuallpa received reports about their progress. is, indeed, astonishing to think how small Pizarro's army was: 62 horsemen and 102 infantry, to attack an empire of at least five million. But he had deadly weapons
  • When it came time for Pizarro to fulfill his side of the bargain and release Atahuallpa, news came from Quito that one of the Inca's generals had assassinated Huascar. Pizarro accused Atahuallpa of plotting against him, and put him on trial for treason. Atahuallpa was found guilty and executed.Unfortunately for the Inca, they had too few European weapons, and too few warriors who could use them effectively. Although they were at a disadvantage, they resisted with a heroic tenacity.
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