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Ep. 48: A Line in the Sand

Francisco Pizarro – The Lost History of the Incas

A sudden opportunity to sail south in the Southern Sea brings Pizarro out of retirement. The 54 year old and his business partner, Almagro, must navigate the pitfalls of heading their own expedition. 176 palabras más


Ep. 47: The Making of a Conquistador

«Early 16th-century Spanish caravels were the type of ships used by the explorers and conquistadors.» – The Lost History of the Incas

To continue our narrative we must first go back in time and travel to a different space. 199 palabras más


Ep. 46: Civil War

With any hope of reconciliation gone, Atahualpa and Huascar declare war upon one another.  At stake: the entire Inca Empire.

Interested in archaeology and participating in an excavation? 155 palabras más


Ep. 45: Atahualpa and Huascar

Atahualpa, one of the many sons of Huayna Capac. From: The Lost History of the Incas

Huayna Capac has just died from a mysterious disease that is sweeping the Andes (possibly Smallpox or Measels). 223 palabras más


Episode 171: Atahualpa and the Massacre of Cajamarca

In this episode of Half-Arsed History, learn the story behind Sapa Inca Atahualpa and the Massacre of Cajamarca, the defining moment in the collapse of the mighty Inca Empire. 33 palabras más


The death of Atahualpa, the last emperor of the Incas

In the late afternoon of 26 July 1533, Atahualpa, last true emperor of the Incas, was led out into the public square of Cajamarca a city in the Andean highlands, now in northern Peru. 310 palabras más

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