go and lock that Inca that caused revolutions throughout his empire
to the general order
YES SIR! all prepared to look for a revolutionist
go to apricionar quel man that caused so many problems
you will come with us for your crimes against our regime that you have caused
If this is what I must do to make our culture live in peace, I will surrender
here is what Majesty ordered me
Atahualpa remained in the north of the empire, subordinated to the government of Cuzco. He asked his brother Huáscar to name him incap rantin (governor) of Quito, and he granted it between 1527 and 1528. Huáscar entrusted him with the command of a military campaign to subjugate the Huancavilca and Puná peoples, who refused to pay taxes
I will accept my punishment with a condition that my people be freed from the oppression that has been linked for many years
for your rebellions committed towards our reign he sent you to be pulled by four horses until your death!
According to the chronicler Pedro Pizarro, Huáscar sent an army to the north that surprised Atahualpa in Tomebamba and defeated him. Atahualpa was captured and locked in a tambo (Quechua shelter) but managed to escape. During his captivity he lost an ear. Since then he wore a blanket over his head tied to his chin to hide the mutilation.
come here and to end this problem
brothers and sisters if they are crying for me they are not trizten since we have saved won our freedom
The next day the Spaniards plotted a trap to capture the Inca taking advantage of the surprise factor. Pizarro, who knew other episodes of the Spanish conquest of America, knew how important it was to capture the indigenous caudillo to pave the way to triumph.
I accept my death and take care of our city and prosper forever
While the soldiers were killing the Indians, the Inca was still on his bunk loaded by his servants. When some died, others rushed to replace them. A Spanish soldier tried to injure the Inca with a knife, but Pizarro interposed (hurting his hand in doing so) and ordered that "no one should hurt the Indian under pain of life ..." At last the litter fell and the Inca was captured and taken prisoner.
if he accepts, I will have finally fulfilled my promise to return our freedom
Being a prisoner in a building in Cajamarca, Atahualpa was unpretentious, cheerful and talkative with the Spaniards. His captors allowed him to have comforts and be cared for by his servants and his wives. They also let him continue to administer his empire. Many curacas went to the prison to have an audience with him.
Atahualpa, seeing that they were going to burn him, was alarmed, because according to the Inca religion, his body had to be embalmed to achieve his resurrection in the other world, which would not be possible if it was consumed by the flames. He then conversed with Valverde, who offered him as an alternative to be baptized as a Christian and then hanged in the vile garrotte; That way your body could be buried. Atahualpa accepted and there he was baptized with the Christian name of Francisco. Then they strangled him