Francisco Pizarro

Francisco Pizarro González[1][2][3][4][5] (Trujillo, Castilla, 16 uru achuqa phaxsit 1478 marana-Lima, 26 uru chinuqa phaxsit 1541 marana) Jupax mä atipt’iri ispañula ukhamawa, jupax uka expedición ukaruw irpxaruwayi, ukax Perú markar katuntañ qalltañatakïnwa, ukax 16n pacha qalltawinwa. 1532 marana, Inka Atahualpa jaqiru katuntasin jiwayatayna.[6]

Francisco Pizarro

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