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  Die Eroberung Perus durch Francisco Pizarro
Der Werdegang Pizarros während seiner ersten Jahre in der Neuen Welt ist weitgehend, bis auf einige wenige Vorgänge, unbekannt.
Diese Aktion wird viele Jahre später bei Pizarros Rückkehr nach Spanien 1528 seine Verhaftung und Einkerkerung zur Folge haben.
Francisco Pizarro erfährt von den Vorgängen in Nazca und reist sofort zurück nach Lima um Vorbereitungen für eine etwaige Verteidigung zu treffen.
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 Francisco Pizarro
Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Extremadura, Spain.
Of Pizarro's early years hardly anything is known; but he appears to have been poorly cared for, and his education was neglected.
Pizarro, Almagro and Luque afterwards renewed their compact in a more solemn and explicit manner, agreeing to conquer and divide equally among themselves the opulent empire they hoped to reach.
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  Francisco Pizarro - MSN Encarta
Francisco Pizarro (1476?-1541), Spanish conqueror and governor of Peru (1532-1541).
During the 1520s Pizarro led two expeditions down the west coast of South America and saw the golden ornaments worn by Native Americans of the Inca Empire of Peru.
Pizarro was murdered in his palace in Lima by followers of Almagro in 1541.
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  Francisco Pizarro - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Francisco was the eldest brother of Gonzalo Pizarro (junior), Juan Pizarro, and Hernando Pizarro.
Pizarro left behind his mestizo children with their mother, Inés Huaillas Yupanqui, daughter of Atahualpa and granddaughter of Huayna Capac, who gave birth to Gonzalo (legitimized in 1537 and died when he was fourteen); by the same woman, a daughter, Francisca.
Francisco Pizarro and the Conquést of the Inca by Gina DeAngelis, 2000.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Francisco_Pizarro   (3786 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro - LoveToKnow 1911
He was an illegitimate son of Gonzalo Pizarro, who as colonel of infantry afterwards served in Italy under Gonsalvo de Cordova, and in Navarre, with some distinction.
Pizarro, Almagro and Luque afterwards renewed their compact in a more solemn and explicit manner, agreeing to conquer and divide equally among themselves the opulent empire they hoped to reach.
One of the conditions of the grant was that within six months Pizarro should raise a sufficiently equipped force of two hundred and fifty men, of whom one hundred might be drawn from the colonies; as he could not make up his due complement he sailed clandestinely from San Lucar in January 1J 3 o.
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  Francisco Pizarro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Francisco was the eldest brother of Gonzalo Pizarro (junior), Juan Pizarro, and Hernando Pizarro.
Pizarro left behind his mestizo children with their mother, Inés Huaillas Yupanqui, daughter of Atahualpa and granddaughter of Huayna Capac, who gave birth to Gonzalo (legitimized in 1537 and died when he was fourteen); by the same woman, a daughter, Francisca.
Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca by Gina DeAngelis, 2000.
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 Francisco Pizarro
Having collected the necessary funds Pizarro placed himself at the head of the expedition; Almagro was entrusted with the equipping and provisioning of the ships; and Luque was to remain behind to look after their mutual interests and to keep in Pedrarias's favour so that he might continue to support the enterprise.
Pizarro went no further than Punta Quemada, on the coast of what is now Colombia, and having lost many of his men he went to Chicamá, a short distance from Panama.
Pizarro and thirteen of his companions refused to return, and the little party was abandoned on the island.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/p/pizarro,francisco.html   (1971 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro
Pizarro was born the illegitimate son of a professional Spanish soldier.
Pizarro remained in Panama as a colonizer and from 1519 to 1523 served as the mayor and magistrate of Panama City.
Pizarro had the advantage of a few firearms and crossbows, but logically, his two hundred men should not have been able to defeat an army of more than thirty thousand.
www.carpenoctem.tv /military/pizarro.html   (1015 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro (c. 1475 - 1541)
Pizarro was the illegitimate son of Captain Gonzalo Pizarro and Francisca González, a young girl of humble birth.
Pizarro was invested with all the authority and prerogatives of a viceroy, and Almagro and Luque were left in subordinate positions.
Francisco Pizarro, meanwhile, was in Lima, a city that he had founded in 1535 and to which he devoted the last two years of his life.
www.thelatinlibrary.com /imperialism/notes/pizarro.html   (1102 words)

  
 The Misplaced Conquistador-Francisco Pizarro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pizarro demanded room 17 feet wide and 21 feet long be filled with gold, and in that room a red mark placed on the wall nine feet from the floor to which it was to be filled.
Pizarro called it the city of Kings and it was in this city that he met his death in 1541 as a result of the antagonism of the surviving Almagristos, that is the followers of Almagro.
Pizarro's remains were buried temporarily in the courtyard of the cathedral at Lima, where they remained for some brief period of time, after which the records show they were removed and placed in a ditch in the church.
iml.jou.ufl.edu /projects/Fall2000/Maxey/pizzaro.htm   (892 words)

  
 Pizarro, Francisco. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Pizarro set about consolidating his conquest by founding new settlements, notably the present capital of Peru, Lima, and allotting land and Native Americans in encomienda to his followers.
Pizarro now made a pact with Almagro, whom he had cheated several times in the division of spoils, granting him the conquest of Chile.
Pizarro sent his half brother, Hernando Pizarro, to Cuzco, and Almagro was defeated and put to death.
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 Francisco Pizarro
Francisco Pizarro (1471 - June 26, 1541) was a Spanish conquistador, conqueror of Peru and founder of its capital city Lima.
Pizarro was killed by the followers of Diego de Almagro, one of the conquistadors, who took part in his campaigns against the Incas.
When Almagro revolted against Pizarro, claiming that he had not received his proper share of Inca gold, Pizarro had him killed.
www.ebroadcast.com.au /lookup/encyclopedia/fr/Francisco_Pizarro.html   (84 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro | Science and Its Times: 1450-1699
Francisco Pizarro was a Spanish soldier and explorer who conquered the Incan empire and founded the city of Lima, Peru, in 1535.
Pizarro and his four brothers eventually arrived in Peru with a relatively small contingent of men compared to the 30,000 men in the Incan army.
Francisco Pizarro is said to have fought gallantly, but was killed in a sword fight at the hands of Almagro's allies.
www.bookrags.com /research/francisco-pizarro-scit-031   (688 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro
In 1510, Pizarro participated in an expedition to the Gulf of Uraba in north Colombia, and he was second in command when Vasco Nunez de Balboa discovered the Pacific Ocean in 1513.
Pizarro was made a knight of Santiago (1529) and governor and captain general of the conquered lands.
Bibliography: Galt, Thomas F., Francisco Pizarro (1942); Hemmings, John, The Conquest of the Incas (1970); Prescott, W. H., The Civilization of the Incas and Pizarro's Discoveries and Disasters (1988).
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 Francisco Pizarro
Pizarro’s success was the beginning of the Spanish domination of South America.
Had Pizarro tried to invade Peru earlier, he would have been met by a united empire; but now the Inca were split, giving him the opportunity to play one side against the other.
Pizarro knew that, in order to disrupt and conquer this well-run society, he must kill the Inca leader.
teacherweb.ftl.pinecrest.edu /snyderd/WCII/2/15Pizarro2.htm   (1423 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro at AllExperts
Pizarro was born in 1471 (other sources may differ, 1475-1478, unknown) in Trujillo, (Extremadura), Spain.
Of Pizarro's early years hardly anything is known; but he appears to have been poorly cared for, and his education was neglected, leaving him illiterate.
* Francisco Pizarro and the Conquest of the Inca by Gina DeAngelis, 2000.
en.allexperts.com /e/f/fr/francisco_pizarro.htm   (3652 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pizarro was the uneducated son of a swineherd who sailed to Hispaniola in 1502 to seek adventure.
Pizarro stayed with the colonist when San Sebastian was relocated and renamed Darien by the explorer Balboa.
From 1519-1523, Pizarro served as mayor and magistrate of the city of Panama, positions that allowed him to amass a small fortune.
www.cs.utexas.edu /users/s2s/work/socstudies/explore/explore1a/src/game4mac_stand/bios/pizarro_f.html   (411 words)

  
 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Francisco Pizarro
Pizarro were, was only saved by the return of Almagro from his expedition to Chile and his claim that the city of Cuzco was situated in the territory which had been assigned to him in the royal
Pizarro's assassination of the conqueror of Peru in his palace at Lima.
Pizarro, 10 October, 1537; and a son, Francisco, by a relative of Atahuallpa, who was never legitimized, and died shortly after reaching Spain.
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 Unit II: A Crossroads Resource   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Spain, in 1495.
Pizarro agreed on the condition that the emperor be baptized a Christian and promised that no blood would be shed.
Pizarro and his brothers continued to control the land of the Incas by treacherous and bloody means.
www.eduref.org /Virtual/Lessons/crossroads/sec4/Unit_2/Unit_IIQ2R3.html   (626 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro - LoveToKnow 1911   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He was an illegitimate son of Gonzalo Pizarro, who as colonel of infantry afterwards served in Italy under Gonsalvo de Cordova, and in Navarre, with some distinction.
Explorations were then undertaken down the west coast of South America, in which Pizarro, though left for months with but thirteen followers on a small island without ship or stores, persisted till he had coasted as far as about 9° S. and obtained distinct accounts of the Peruvian Empire.
One of the conditions of the grant was that within six months Pizarro should raise a sufficiently equipped force of two hundred and fifty men, of whom one hundred might be drawn from the colonies; as he could not make up his due complement he sailed clandestinely from San Lucar in January 1J 3 o.
www.1911ency.org /P/PI/PIZARRO_FRANCISCO.htm   (510 words)

  
 Pizarro: Conquest of the Inca   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Francisco Pizarro was born in 1474 in Spain and received very little formal education.
Pizarro and his forces happened to arrive at a time when there was turmoil,epidemic disease, and civil war among the Inca with no dominating ruler.
Pizarro went on to defeat the Inca army which was far larger in number but technologically inferior, and installed a new ruler under his own supervision.
www.orecity.k12.or.us /ogden/myazinproj/01bbbpizarro/pizarropage.htm   (827 words)

  
 Francisco Pizarro
Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Spain in 1478.
Pizarro's first expedition was in 1509 and he was the first mate.
Pizarro was from Spain and was sent to explore for the Spanish crown.
www.asij.ac.jp /elementary/gr5web/c5r/explorer_reports/wbender.htm   (818 words)

  
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Francisco Pizarro landed in Ecuador in 1532, accompanied by 180 fully armed men and an equally strong lust for gold.
In 1532, Francisco Pizarro founded the first Spanish city in South America, on the banks of the Chira river in the Tangarará valley.
At one point in Francisco's life his parents were so poor they had no choice but to send him to his aunt's house in Spain.
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In 1540 Gonzalo Pizarro arrived in Quito as governor and was charged by Francisco Pizarro with an expedition to locate the "Land of Cinnamon", thought to be somewhere to the east.
In Quito, Gonzalo Pizarro collected a force of 220 Spaniards and 4000 natives, while Orellana, as second in command, was sent back to Guayaquil to raise a troop of horse.
Ateam of reporters for CNN is on assignment to cover the conquest of Peru by the Spanish forces being led by Francisco Pizarro in 1531.
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 Francisco Pizarro — FactMonster.com
Pizarro set about consolidating his conquest by founding new settlements, notably the present capital of Peru, Lima, and allotting land and Native Americans in encomienda to his followers.
Pizarro now made a pact with Almagro, whom he had cheated several times in the division of spoils, granting him the conquest of Chile.
Pizarro sent his half brother, Hernando Pizarro, to Cuzco, and Almagro was defeated and put to death.
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 Francisco Pizarro
Francisco Pizarro was born in Trujillo, Estremadura, Spain in about 1471 and died in Lima Peru on June 26, 1541.
Pizarro was one of the officers in Balboa's battles and conquest of the different native caciques in the region, and also accompanied him on his expedition across the isthmus and the discovery of the Mar del Sur.
Pizarro had given strict orders that his men were to be friendly to the natives, and not do anything that would make them hostile.
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 Francisco Pizarro
Francisco Pizarro est un homme dont la personnalité est assez obscure.
Fils illégitime du Capitaine Hernando Pizarro et de Francisca Gonzalez, Francisco Pizarro est un enfant du peuple (au contraire des autres conquistadores).
Pizarro reçoit des terres dans la "Castille d’or" et va s’associer avec deux hommes : Diego de Almagro, un soldat sans éducation et de parents inconnus, et le Père Don Hernando Luque, Chancelier de la cathédrale du Darien.
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 Francisco Pizarro Biography
An introduction to the life of Spanish explorer and soldier, Francisco Pizarro, and his conquest of the Inca Empire in Peru.
Francisco Pizarro And The Conquest Of The Inca (Explorers Of New Lands) (Library)
Francisco Pizarro: Journeys Through Peru And South America (In The Footsteps Of Explorers) (School And Library)
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 Fredshalom.net Fred Ohebshalom Fred Shalom Coastal gold
The coastal strip just north of Ecuador, called the Tumaco region, was first explored in 1526 27 by the ships of Francisco Pizarro, on his way to the conquest of Peru.
Pottery figures of coca chewers are typical, but the leaf must have been imported from the warmer regions to the Tumaco region, was first explored in 1526 27 by the ships of Francisco Pizarro, on his way to the conquest of shalom Peru.
The Pacific province was described as populous and rich: They wear short shirts which do not cover their shameful parts, and they are tonsured like friars, except that they cut all their hair in front and behind, but let it grow at the sides.
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