Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 2007.
Trade Paperback. Near Fine with no dust jacket. Item #8960
Slight wear. Crisp trade paperback. ; German language. "This book contains a life history of Ynés Yupangui, daughter of Condorguacho and Guayna Capac, the last undisputed ruler of the Inca empire. Born closely before the arrival of the Spaniards, Ynés became directly involved in the events that brought the downfall of the Inca. Her half-brother Atagualpa gave her as wife to Francisco Pizarro, leader of the small band of Spanish invaders who had captured the Inca ruler at Cajamarca. Ynés spent three years as a companion of Pizarro during the turbulent years of Spanish conquest. Later, Pizarro married her to one of his pages, and as the wife of Francisco de Ampuero Ynés came to belong to the early colonial elite in Lima, the newly founded capital of Spanish Peru." - English Summary. ; Bonner Amerikanistische Studien BAS; Vol. 43; 364, 6 ad pages.
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