The Battle of Cuzco was fought in 1533 between the forces of Spain and of the Incas. After executing the Inca Atahualpa, Francisco Pizarro marched his forces to Cuzco, the capital of the Incan Empire. As the Spanish army approached Cuzco, however, Pizarro sent his brother Juan Pizarro and Hernando de Soto ahead with forty men. The advance guard fought a pitched battle with Incan troops in front of the city, securing victory. The Incan army under the command of Quizquiz withdrew during the night. The Spanish plundered Cuzco, where they found much gold and silver. Quizquiz was eventually killed, after being struck down by his own followers, leaving none to lead the Inca Empire, since his only equal commander Chalkuchimac had been burned in captivity.

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  • The Battle of Cuzco was fought in 1533 between the forces of Spain and of the Incas. After executing the Inca Atahualpa, Francisco Pizarro marched his forces to Cuzco, the capital of the Incan Empire. As the Spanish army approached Cuzco, however, Pizarro sent his brother Juan Pizarro and Hernando de Soto ahead with forty men. The advance guard fought a pitched battle with Incan troops in front of the city, securing victory. The Incan army under the command of Quizquiz withdrew during the night. The Spanish plundered Cuzco, where they found much gold and silver. Quizquiz was eventually killed, after being struck down by his own followers, leaving none to lead the Inca Empire, since his only equal commander Chalkuchimac had been burned in captivity. Eventually, Manco Inca Yupanqui tried to recapture the city three years later with some 100,000 Incas, but ultimately failed after a ten-month siege. (en)
  • La prise de Cuzco, le 15 novembre 1533, par le conquistador Francisco Pizarro et ses hommes, provoque l'annexion de la capitale inca à l'Empire espagnol, sonnant la fin de l'Empire Inca. (fr)
  • La battaglia di Cuzco fu combattuta nel 1533 tra le forze spagnole e l'impero Inca. Gli spagnoli erano guidati da Francisco Pizarro. La battaglia si svolse presso la capitale Inca di Cuzco, alla fine occupata dai conquistadores. Quizquiz fuggì e venne poi ucciso, lasciando gli Inca senza una guida dal momento che il secondo in comando, Chalcochima, era stato arso vivo dopo essere stato catturato. Manco II tentò di riconquistare la città tre anni dopo alla testa di circa 100 000 Inca, ma il suo tentativo fallì dopo dieci mesi di assedio (assedio di Cuzco). (it)
  • Bitwa pod Cuzco – starcie zbrojne, które miało miejsce w roku 1533 podczas hiszpańskiego podboju Peru. Do bitwy doszło niedługo po wyparciu Indian quiteńskich Qizguiza z pasma górskiego Vilcaconga. Wówczas to do Francisco Pizarra przybył Manco Inka, który zaoferował Hiszpanom swoją pomoc, na co Pizarro przystał. Gdy Hiszpanie znajdowali się niedaleko Cuzco, siły Quizquiza przypuściły kolejny atak w dół górskiego zbocza, gdzie znajdował się oddziały konnicy Hernando de Soto oraz Juana Pizzaro. W wynikłej bitwie Indianie zostali rozbici. Straty Hiszpanów wyniosły jednego rannego żołnierza oraz jednego zabitego i kilka rannych wierzchowców. Rankiem następnego dnia (15 listopada 1533) r. Hiszpanie bez przeszkód wkroczyli do Cuzco, zajmując miasto. Kilka tygodni później Manco Inka pod patronatem Pizarra uroczyście przyjął insygnia władzy. (pl)
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  • Minimal, mainly Indians
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  • *Chachapoyas
  • *Huancas
  • 22pxSpanish Empire
  • Native allies
  • *The Cañari
  • 22pxSpanish Conquistadores
  • Inca Empire
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  • 1533-11-15 (xsd:date)
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  • DecisiveSpanishvictory
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  • 250-300, 60+ cavalry and 3 guns
  • Thousands of nativeauxiliaries
  • Unknown, but probably 10,000-100,000
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  • 726863938 (xsd:integer)
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  • Thousands, army routed
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  • La prise de Cuzco, le 15 novembre 1533, par le conquistador Francisco Pizarro et ses hommes, provoque l'annexion de la capitale inca à l'Empire espagnol, sonnant la fin de l'Empire Inca. (fr)
  • La battaglia di Cuzco fu combattuta nel 1533 tra le forze spagnole e l'impero Inca. Gli spagnoli erano guidati da Francisco Pizarro. La battaglia si svolse presso la capitale Inca di Cuzco, alla fine occupata dai conquistadores. Quizquiz fuggì e venne poi ucciso, lasciando gli Inca senza una guida dal momento che il secondo in comando, Chalcochima, era stato arso vivo dopo essere stato catturato. Manco II tentò di riconquistare la città tre anni dopo alla testa di circa 100 000 Inca, ma il suo tentativo fallì dopo dieci mesi di assedio (assedio di Cuzco). (it)
  • The Battle of Cuzco was fought in 1533 between the forces of Spain and of the Incas. After executing the Inca Atahualpa, Francisco Pizarro marched his forces to Cuzco, the capital of the Incan Empire. As the Spanish army approached Cuzco, however, Pizarro sent his brother Juan Pizarro and Hernando de Soto ahead with forty men. The advance guard fought a pitched battle with Incan troops in front of the city, securing victory. The Incan army under the command of Quizquiz withdrew during the night. The Spanish plundered Cuzco, where they found much gold and silver. Quizquiz was eventually killed, after being struck down by his own followers, leaving none to lead the Inca Empire, since his only equal commander Chalkuchimac had been burned in captivity. (en)
  • Bitwa pod Cuzco – starcie zbrojne, które miało miejsce w roku 1533 podczas hiszpańskiego podboju Peru. Do bitwy doszło niedługo po wyparciu Indian quiteńskich Qizguiza z pasma górskiego Vilcaconga. Wówczas to do Francisco Pizarra przybył Manco Inka, który zaoferował Hiszpanom swoją pomoc, na co Pizarro przystał. Gdy Hiszpanie znajdowali się niedaleko Cuzco, siły Quizquiza przypuściły kolejny atak w dół górskiego zbocza, gdzie znajdował się oddziały konnicy Hernando de Soto oraz Juana Pizzaro. W wynikłej bitwie Indianie zostali rozbici. Straty Hiszpanów wyniosły jednego rannego żołnierza oraz jednego zabitego i kilka rannych wierzchowców. Rankiem następnego dnia (15 listopada 1533) r. Hiszpanie bez przeszkód wkroczyli do Cuzco, zajmując miasto. Kilka tygodni później Manco Inka pod patronate (pl)
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  • Battle of Cuzco (en)
  • Battaglia di Cuzco (it)
  • Prise de Cuzco (fr)
  • Bitwa pod Cuzco (1533) (pl)
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