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Francisco Pizarro made his first voyage to the New World.
Pizarro's second voyage was much larger, with 160 men and several horses carried in two ships.
Spring 1528 The Inca governor at Tumbes sent his runners with all speed to the Inca Wayna Capac who was near Quito resting after battle.
Summer 1529 Pizarro returned elated to Panama and, there, the partners formulated their plan of conquest.
In 1541, Diego de Almagro's supporters avenged his death by killing Pizarro.
1532 March to Cajamarca A year later, Pizarro returned to Tumbes to find it in ruins — a burned-out, ransacked victim of the civil war raging in the empire. Pizarro and his small army marched into the interior.
November 1532 The Slaughter Atahuallpa arrived in great state surrounded by his officers.
Winter 1533 Prisoner King The Spanish visited the traumatized Atahuallpa in his cell, gave him food, and allowed his women to come to him.
Spring 1534 Death of the Inca
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