Ep. 47: The Making of a Conquistador

“Early 16th-century Spanish caravels were the type of ships used by the explorers and conquistadors.” – The Lost History of the Incas

To continue our narrative we must first go back in time and travel to a different space.  This week we start in Spain to cover how events there influenced the conquistadors who would eventually travel to the Americas.  We then look at a couple conquistadors as one Francisco Pizarro, looks on.

Interested in archaeology and participating in an excavation?  Centro Cultural Aq’amama is offering opportunities to participate in an excavation in the Cuzco area from June – August 2022.  If you are interested, then contact Aq’amama to learn more: info@aqamama.com

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Intro/Exit music by: Kalx aka Kaliran: Andean Lounge, Scream of the Devil

Transition music by: Kike Pinto

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