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Last Conquistador: Mansio Serra De Leguizamon and the Conquest of the Incas e-book

Author:

Stuart Stirling

Language:

English

Category:

Memoris

Subcategory:

Historical

ePub size:

1786 kb

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Rating:

4.7

Publisher:

Sutton Publishing Ltd; 1st edition (December 31, 2000)

Pages:

224

ISBN:

075092246X

Last Conquistador: Mansio Serra De Leguizamon and the Conquest of the Incas e-book

by Stuart Stirling


It's all about Leguizamon, a top lieutenant of Francisco Pizzarro during the Spanish conquest of the Inca empire. I enjoyed this a great deal and learned a great deal that I did not know before about Peru and the Conquest.

It's all about Leguizamon, a top lieutenant of Francisco Pizzarro during the Spanish conquest of the Inca empire. Leguizamon accompanies Pizzarro on his many forays into Machu Picchu, Cuzco, and Tahuantinsuyo, and the eventual swallowing up of all of Peru by the Spaniards. Pizzarro and his brother, Juan, and one of his generals, Diego de Almagro, figure largely in all the episodes, which are presented by Stirling in a basic, often arid, prose style. I feel that there was a great deal left out that could have made this a more thorough book.

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The book follows Mansio Serra de Leguizamón being the last of the original conquistadors to di.

The book follows Mansio Serra de Leguizamón being the last of the original conquistadors to die. And as has been mentioned here on the forum, ‘when a man knows he is to be hanged in a fortnight.

With Pizarro came Mansio Serra de Leguizamon, who became the last of the Spanish conquistadors to die. This book tells his story. After crossing the Atlantic when still in his teens, he played a central part in the conquest of the Incas, survived imprisonment and torture, took an Inca princess as his lover, abandoned his wife for the gaming tables of Lima, and spent the rest of his life in Peru. He died at the age of 78, leaving a famous apology for the conquest in his will. This book tells his story

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The Last CONQUISTADOR MANSIO SERRA DE LEGUIZAMÓN AND THE CONQUEST OF THE INCAS STUART .

The Last CONQUISTADOR MANSIO SERRA DE LEGUIZAMÓN AND THE CONQUEST OF THE INCAS STUART STIRLING First published in 1999 The History Press The Mill, Brimscombe Port.

Mansio Serra De Leguizamon and the Conquest of the Incas .

Last Conquistador: Mansio Serra De Leguizamon and the Conquest of the Incas. The Inca civilization of Peru was one of the greatest of the ancient civilizations of the Americas. In the 1530s the Spanish, led by the conquistador Pizarro, arrived in Peru.

With Pizarro came Mansio Serra de Leguizamon, who became the last of the Spanish conquistadors to di. He died at the age of 78, leaving a famous apology for the conquest in his will

With Pizarro came Mansio Serra de Leguizamon, who became the last of the Spanish conquistadors to die.

The Inca civilization of Peru was one of the gratest of the ancient civilizations of the Americas. Famous for their massive temples and fortresses built from huge blocks of stone and decorated with sheets of pure gold, the Incas also developed a system of government, capable of holding a vast area of territory together, and an extensive system of roads, connecting administrative centres, which acted as a means of colonization.

The Inca civilization of Peru was one of the greatest of the ancient civilizations of the Americas. In the 1530s the Spanish, led by the conquistador Pizarro, arrived in Peru. In their search for gold, they devastated the Inca culture, destroying its treasures, killing its leaders and bringing to an end the infrastructure of its empire. With Pizarro came one Mansio Serra de Leguizamon, who became the last of the Spanish conquistadors to die. This book tells his amazing story. He died at the age of seventy-eight, leaving a unique and famous apology for the conquest in his will. This book takes this remarkable document as its starting point, weaving a fascinating, sometimes disturbing tale of the vicious subjugation of the Inca civilization.

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