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When did Atahualpa take over the Incas?


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13:06 Oct 23, 2000
English to Spanish translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: When did Atahualpa take over the Incas?
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na +1¿Cuándo subió Atahualpa al trono de los Incas?
Elinor Thomas
nafifteen hundred and thirty twoxxxPaul Roige



18 mins
fifteen hundred and thirty two

Atahualpa lived between 1502 and 1533 when he was captured and shortly after killed by Pizarro in Cajamarca. In his short career he snatched power from his own brother Huáscar, after killing him in 1532. Quien a hierro mata a hierro muere. Pizarro was also killed by Almagro's supporters who had killed Almagro earlier. So there you go, this is the end of the Nursery Crime...Hope you didn't want this answer in Spanish!
Yours a translator gone historian for 5 minutes.... :)

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xxxPaul Roige
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Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish, Native in CatalanCatalan
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¿Cuándo subió Atahualpa al trono de los Incas?

or ¿En qué fecha subió Atahualpa...

It is the translation of the phrase you needed, isn't it? Or Pablo's explanation?

Good luck! :)

Elinor Thomas
Local time: 15:31
Native speaker of: Spanish
PRO pts in pair: 860

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agree  charlesink
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  -> Gracias Carlos! :-)
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