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  • My Voyage 1524-1527
  • Urrrr. My voyage.
  • The Island 1528
  • Summer 1529
  • While sailing off the coast of what is now Ecuador, Ruiz made first contact with the Incas. Aboard a balsa trading raft with a huge triangular cotton sail were 20 Inca crew and passengers.
  • 1532 The great March
  • Charge!!!!
  • After spending seven months on Gorgon Island, Pizarro and his men set sail for Colombia and Ecuador. Accompanied by Ruiz and his Indian interpreters, he traveled down the mangrove coast.
  • The Sluaghter
  • Im innocent
  • Panama and, there, the partners formulated their plan of conquest. He then took a ship to Spain, seeking backers and royal approval. In mid-1529, he was well received at court by Charles V and showed the king Peruvian pottery, metal vessels, fine clothing, embroideries, and small worked pieces of gold, winning "the applause of all the city of Toledo."
  • The death of the king 1534
  • My King!!!
  • The war with his brother Huascar occupied all his attention. Although he debated with his leaders whether they should divert to attack the foreigners, all judged Huascar the greater threat. The Spaniards, after all, were only 160 men.
  • Father Vicente shouted that the Indians were against the Christian faith and gave the order to attack. The Spanish emerged with their guns from the porticoes around the square and fired in to the massed crowds of unarmed people.
  • The Spanish visited the traumatized Atahuallpa in his cell, gave him food, and allowed his women to come to him. It was then that Atahuallpa — now understanding that the Spanish wanted gold — came up with his plan to ransom himself for it.
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