Ep. 54: Cooperación y Resistencia

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0lP4zWqRshqePkK6UphaEv?si=k3RrM8ziRIuqMB_N3Faf3A "Con una precisión mortal, un alero de Canas lanza piedras del tamaño de pelotas de golf. Los incas usaron tales armas en la conquista imperial y en la defensa contra los españoles." - The Lost History of the Incas En este episodio vemos cómo matar a Atahualpa no tuvo necesariamente el efecto deseado por … Continue reading Ep. 54: Cooperación y Resistencia

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Ep. 53: La Ejecución de Atahualpa

https://open.spotify.com/episode/7DGGskuQfqwCkBWJjlC0QV?si=aaznzxjtQXaVyvRJrIP3dg “A pesar de esta imagen, Atahualpa fue estrangulado hasta la muerte, luego de hacerse cristiano para evitar ser quemado en la hoguera” - The Lost History of the Incas A veces los rumores matan. Si desea apoyar el programa monetariamente, haga clic en el siguiente enlace: https://www.patreon.com/incapodcast.  Y Gracias! Siga el programa en Twitter … Continue reading Ep. 53: La Ejecución de Atahualpa

Ep. 52: Sudor Robando

https://open.spotify.com/episode/40bJN4pEf7KMsc2A047le3?si=YTBkIT2XTyKSUPBRnWSfpw "Plata y oro 'lágrimas de luna' y 'sudor de sol' representaban una dualidad andina esencial." - The Lost History of the Incas Con el rescate de Atahualpa presentado, vemos cómo se recolectó ese rescate y cómo entre los españoles. Si desea apoyar el programa monetariamente, haga clic en el siguiente enlace: https://www.patreon.com/incapodcast.  Y Gracias! … Continue reading Ep. 52: Sudor Robando

Ep. 51: Las Repercusiones de Pachacuti

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0hKs6z4OHpSCi28C3CJ8sw?si=o11WlL0lS4CGsckEgx_9CA Atahualpa, prisionero de Pizarro. Por: Guamán Regresamos para echar un vistazo a las secuelas de los hechos de Cajamarca, un evento que solo puede describirse como un Pachacuti. Atahualpa-capturado, con los españoles masacrando a miles de sus hombres mientras corrían, aterrorizados por los caballos que los perseguían. El Inca nunca será el mismo. Si … Continue reading Ep. 51: Las Repercusiones de Pachacuti

Ep. 60: A Tale of Two Brothers

https://open.spotify.com/episode/17l8NQfjNSQa7WUExGKRaK?si=LdQyi7JKSTCbB4Es7j_6pw "Manco Inca seated on an ushnu platform - by Guaman Poma, Monuments of the Inca After spending time looking at the Civil Wars we focus on the two Inca brothers in power,  Paullu in Cuzco and Manco Inca in Vilcabamba.  We take a look at how Paullu was able to navigate the fluid political … Continue reading Ep. 60: A Tale of Two Brothers

Ep. 59: The New Laws

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4dWUcQg2XSw9TMymiUTZIt?si=CldlZ-AoRuG3gt7pa99-WQ Baroque Church - Conquistadors The abuse and exploitation of the indigenous populations in the Americas did not go unnoticed. With the a Papal Bull issued, Charles V had to address the situation. The solution: The New Laws. While the laws were not welcomed in Spanish America nowhere did they stir up a more heated … Continue reading Ep. 59: The New Laws

Ep. 58: Chilenos & Pachacamos

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0XlNLV0LByMNl6rhj4jXbV?si=MJngGCrXR0yxWqprHmZcYQ "Pizarro's standard" - Conquistadors Our focus is pulled from the Inca to cover the break-up of Francisco Pizarro and Diego de Almagro. The differences between the two conquistadors and partners were irreconcilable and the fallout would plunge the country into multiple civil wars. If you’d like to support the show monetarily please click the … Continue reading Ep. 58: Chilenos & Pachacamos

Ep. 57: Vilcabamba

https://open.spotify.com/episode/5EcZ9Vp2RmRcQFyLXbuje6?si=Qi29RV1aRGOGNcPqYUnGtA "The largest terraces of the site of the site are found on the northwest side of the Ushnu." Photograph by Brian S. Bauer and Miriam Aráoz Silva in Vilcabamba and the Archaeology of Inca Resistance " Map of Vilcabamba region. (map by Gabriel E. Cantarutti)" - Vilcabamba and the Archaeology of Inca Resistance "The … Continue reading Ep. 57: Vilcabamba

Ep. 56: The Siege of Cuzco

https://open.spotify.com/episode/4irfnWQ5UV4zvMkhUfmIv4?si=NW_A--1YS0-npJWIk2-Phg "Riding into a garage of stones, Spaniards and Indian allies with scaling ladders storm Sacsahuaman to retake it from the Incas. Juan Pizarro, bandaged and helmet less, died after a stone struck his head." - The Incredible Incas and Their Timeless Land The time has come for the Inca to throw off the Spanish … Continue reading Ep. 56: The Siege of Cuzco

Ep. 55: Under the Yoke

https://open.spotify.com/episode/3Asmmh5K0yOIg2Kn344AX0?si=_E9XOeRqRg-EijSoRlCDzw "A fanciful 18th-century colonial depiction of an Inca prince sporting a sun pendant, indicating his imperial status." - The Lost History of the Incas Manco Inca has welcomed the Spanish into Cuzco.  However, he soon finds himself under their thumb and begins to look for a way out. If you’d like to support the … Continue reading Ep. 55: Under the Yoke