What is your view on Francisco Pizarro?

Hola Hermanos,

I am brazilian neighbor and reading about Peru I found out today that Peru Palacio de Gobierno is named Casa de Pizarro.

I was quite surprised to learn that, because Pizarro killed lot of incans, and as I understand more than 70% of peru are american or mestizo. Sounded kind of odd to learn that.

So what is the general view of pizarro in the country and what is your view. If possible could you also tell me where do you stand more or less on a political state left or right wing?

Just to be clear I am mostly right wing and still didn't get why it is called casa se pizarro.

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Why did the Incas offer so little resistance to Francisco Pizarro?

Firstly, what compelled Atahualpa to enter a town that an obviously hostile foreigner controlled with a nigh-unarmed force?

More generally, following Atahualpa's execution, why did the empire seemingly consent (not totally, but by and large) to Spanish rule? Pizarro had fewer than 200 men; why was anyone outside their immediate vicinity obeying his orders at all? What kept any sort of recognition of the central government ongoing by the empire's many subject peoples?

Also, how did Pizarro take Cuzco so easily? It was later able to withstand a ten month siege by a force orders of magnitude larger than his, but it seemed to offer negligible resistance to Pizarro.

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Why did the Incas offer so little resistance to Francisco Pizarro? reddit.com/r/AskHistorian…
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Francisco Pizarro meets Inca Atahualpa (moments that changed history)
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pode vir francisco Pizarro

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TDIH: November 15, 1532, Commanded by Francisco Pizarro, Spanish conquistadors under Hernando de Soto meet Inca Empire leader Atahualpa for the first time outside Cajamarca, arranging a meeting on the city plaza the following day. Illustration: Atahualpa, Fourteenth Inca. 18th century painting.
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TDIH: November 16, 1532. Francisco Pizarro and his men capture Inca Emperor Atahualpa at the Battle of Cajamarca. Illustration: Contemporary engraving of the Battle of Cajamarca, showing Emperor Atahualpa surrounded on his palanquin.
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Francisco Pizarro as depicted in the series Conquistadores Adventum (2/2, full body)
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Esta va para Francisco Pizarro πŸ€¬πŸ–•
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Francisco Pizarro in 1532 v.redd.it/sy184wdoqyk51
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(The Spanish Conquistadors) Burning a Peruvian to make him tell where the gold is. Author: John William Orr Publisher: [published 1858] Edition/Format: Image : Graphic : Original artwork : Picture : No Linguistic Content Summary: Spanish soldiers, under command of Francisco Pizarro, burning a Peru
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Francisco Pizarro as depicted in the series Conquistadores Adventum (1/2, closeup)
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Sapa Inca Atahuallpa and Francisco Pizarro having a convertation 1512. colorized
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Bulletin Board honoring Native Americans? Let's include Francisco Pizarro, who captured and murdered the Incan emperor!
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"The Incas Room walls are decorated with hand-blocked wallpaper printed in France by A. Leroy in 1832, which represents different scenes of the arrival of Spanish conqueror Francisco Pizarro to Per. The scenes depicted are all fictional as Leroy never visited Peru."
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Any chance on videos covering the Spanish conquistadors like Francisco Pizarro, Ponce de Leon, Hernan Cortes, Hernando de Soto? I feel there's a lot of misconceptions of these people and what they did to the natives.
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Francisco Pizarro. Now this is Conquista!
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Choose a life of adventure and fortune and set sail to the New World alongside Francisco Pizarro with Age of Discovery. Coming to Kickstarter 5 April!
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The conquistador Francisco Pizarro captures Atahualpa, the last Inca Emperor, during the Battle of Cajamarca. It marked the first step in a long campaign to conquer Peru.
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In your opinion, which three historic names remain most synonymous with colonial rule today? Here are some thoughts: Francisco Pizarro, Queen Victoria and Manuel I of Portugal.
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A brutal Conquistador up there with HernΓ‘n CortΓ©s and Francisco Pizarro...
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Featuring in Age of Discovery: Francisco Pizarro was among the many who pursued fame and riches in the New World as a Conquistador and was credited among the first Europeans to discover the Pacific Ocean. Pizarro is most notorious for his conquest of Peru, which saw the collapse of the Inca Empire.
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Charles V went all in with Francisco Pizarro's coat of arms
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TIL: In the 1930s, Mexico rejected a sculpture of the conquistador, Hernan Cortez. The sculptor's family then offered it to Peru, claiming that it was of the conquistador Francisco Pizarro. Peru installed it in the main plaza in Lima. articles.latimes.com/2005…
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When Hernan Cortez's and Francisco Pizarro's expeditions moved through Mesoamerica and the Andes respectively, they were treated to lavish banquets along the way. What would the food have been like in cities? Also, what would their food have been like when traveling on the roads?

The diplomacy, before fighting broke out, meant that the wealthy ruling class would treat other rulers to expensive banquets. What would the fancy food have been like compared to the food they would eat on the roads? Did they have servants provided by allies or did they live rough?

How would the food and living conditions vary from vassal nations who had to pay heavy tributes and the ruling nations who collected the tributes?

edit. What about before and after fighting started?

It was also all before the Columbian Exchange so no beef, pork, lard from either animal, cheese, bread made from wheat, citrus, rice, etc.

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TDIH: August 29th, 1533 - Francisco Pizarro orders the death of the last Incan King of Peru, Atahualpa britannica.com/biography/…
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In 1533, the Incan emperor Atahualpa was sentenced to death by Francisco Pizarro. Given how contentious the matter of executing a monarch was, how was the reaction of contemporary monarchs/clergies/nobilities to Pizarro's actions?

In Europe, the legitimacy of a monarch's rule was founded on the concept of divine right. By observing the reaction to the execution of Charles I of England and Louis XVI of France, we can see that their divine right was treated very seriously by pretty much everyone. Did this concept apply to a heathen ruler such as Atahualpa? Was there any condemnation from Europe coming Pizarro's way?

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[MOD] You can now rule Spain AND Inca as Francisco Pizarro in Civ6:GS! steamcommunity.com/shared…
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Francisco Pizarro was the illegitimate son of a Spanish Colonel whose early life we know little about. How was an illiterate bastard with little education able to gain command of expeditions to the new Spain? Do we know if he served in the military/on expeditions/in the merchant marine before that?
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Francisco Gabriel de Anda Gives His Version About What Happened in Chivas, Pizarro and Higuera. youtu.be/fHWQkGBJQG0
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TIL that "history's largest ransom" (some 24 tons of gold and silver) was demanded by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro after he held the last Incan king, Atahuallpa, hostage. After Pizarro received everything he asked for, he killed Atahuallpa anyway. enotes.com/topics/guns-ge…
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On This Day In History: Last Inca Emperor Atahualpa Captured By Francisco Pizarro Ҁ“ On Nov 16, 1532 | MessageToEagle.com messagetoeagle.com/last-i…
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Francisco Pizarro's reaction to being showered with gifts and love by the native Incan people upon being welcomed as a guest on their land, 1532 (colorized).
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The rightful ruler of all Spain and the Americas, Francisco Pizarro, is here! steamcommunity.com/shared…
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Why did the Incas offer so little resistance to Francisco Pizarro?

I'll admit that I've never read a very detailed description on the fall of the Incan Empire, and those may answer my questions.

Firstly, how was Atahualpa stupid enough to enter a town that an obviously hostile foreigner controlled with a nigh-unarmed force?

More generally, following Atahualpa's execution, why did the empire seemingly consent (not totally, but by and large) to Spanish rule? Pizarro had fewer than 200 men; why was anyone outside their immediate vicinity obeying his orders at all? What kept any sort of recognition of the central government ongoing by the empire's many subject peoples?

Also, how did Pizarro take Cuzco so easily? It was later able to withstand a ten month siege by a force orders of magnitude larger than his, but it seemed to offer negligible resistance to Pizarro.

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