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  • The arrival of Spaniords into Inca Empire
  • Take all of food and gold its our pleasure, we like your ships
  • Thanks you
  • Small Pox infiltration into the heart of Inca Empire
  • I'm Dying, Oh no.
  • The Concuring and Deal making with Peru
  • Give us all your stuff
  • OKAY!
  • "When the indigenous people saw the ship coming on the sea they were amazed, as this was something they had never seen before," says Cieza de Leon, who had talked to Inca eye-witnesses. They prepared food for the Spaniards and sailed out to the ship to greet them with joy and wonder.
  • The Spaniards shoot at Father Vicente and unarmed civilians
  • 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.
  • Atahualpa paying the Spaniards in gold to set him free
  • At Toledo, on 26 July 1529, the queen granted Pizarro a license "to discover and conquer Peru," which is described as "a rich and fertile land, inhabited by people more reasonable than any other which has so far been discovered." The terms of the grant gave Pizarro the governorship of Peru, with the rights to explore and exploit the land on behalf of the Crown; and, in addition, a salary, to keep troops and to pay "a mayor, a doctor and an apothecary." At this point Pizarro became the sole owner of Peru
  • The concouring of The Inca empire
  • 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.
  • The Inca revolt of 1536-37 — along with the Aztec's defense of Tenochtitlán were among of the greatest wars of resistance waged by natives against colonial powers in the Americas. 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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