Atabalipa



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Historical Examples

These terms were made in wishful remembrance of the ransom of Atabalipa.
The Great Events by Famous Historians, Volume 9 Various

I do not know which of them was Sancho’s “Atabalipa” number two.
An Account of the Conquest of Peru Pedro Sancho

Of the vassalage and obedience which Atabalipa and many other caciques offered to the Emperor.
An Account of the Conquest of Peru Pedro Sancho

After the reception of this intelligence, Atabalipa was strangled by the orders of Pizarro.
A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels, Vol. II Robert Kerr

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