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  • For this and many other reasons the Governor made them assemble, and finding among them a son of Gucunacaba [11] called Atabalipa, a brother of Atabalipa to whom by law the realm belonged, he said to all that now that they saw how Atabalipa was dead because of the treason he had plotted against him

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • I do not know which of them was Sancho's "Atabalipa" number two.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • It was given out publicly that the captain Calichuchima had caused his death because he desired that the land should remain with the people of Quito and not with either those of Cuzco or with the Spaniards, and if that cacique [ "Atabalipa"] had lived, he [Calichuchima] would not have been able to succeed in what he desired to do.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • So often as this dressing was removed and replaced by a new one — which was done every day for nearly a month — the sufferings of the wretched patient made him roar aloud with their intensity; which could only have been equalled by the torture inflicted on the unfortunate cacique Atabalipa, when stretched upon his bed of fire by the monster Hernan Cortes.

    Ralph Rashleigh

  • Christians should not find shelter, and that they intended afterward to return to Cuzco to combine under a captain named Quizquiz who was there with many troops who had come from Quito by command of Atabalipa for the security of the land.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • Atabalipa [10] in whose coronation they observed ceremonies in accordance with the usage of the caciques of those provinces.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • The Governor set out one Monday morning, and on that day travelled three leagues, sleeping by the shore of a river where the news reached him that a brother of Atabalipa called Guaritico had been killed by some captains of Atabalipa at his command.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • The Governor wondered greatly with his men at finding here neither food nor anything else, because this place belonged to one of the lords who had been with Atabalipa and with the dead lord in the company of the Christians, and he had come in their company as far as

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • The city of Cuzco is the head and principal province of all the others, and from here to the beach of San Mateo and, in the other direction, to beyond the province of Collao, which is entirely a land of arrow-using savages, all is subject to one single lord who was Atabalipa, and, before him, to the other by-gone lords, and at present the lord of all is this son of Guarnacaba.

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

  • After he had waited there another day for certain envoys whom the cacique Atabalipa had sent to learn what was going on in

    Relación de la conquista del Perú. English

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