Francisco Pizarro had toppled the Inca Empire, captured its Emperor Atahualpa and demanded a room of gold and two rooms with silver, he got the treasure but still executed Atahualpa. Hearing of this Rumiñahui took his forces towards the Northern Inca Capital of Quito, where it's believed he buried the gold then he heard that the Spanish forces were marching towards Ecuador to capture him. So he decided to burn Quito to the ground to take the glory away from the Spanish of taking the city, then he took the Sun Virgins and killed them to preserve their purity. Then he prepared his army for the battle.

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  • La battaglia del monte Chimborazo fu un conflitto combattuto nel 1534 tra l'impero spagnolo e l'impero Inca, nel corso del tentativo spagnolo di conquista dell'impero Inca. (it)
  • Francisco Pizarro had toppled the Inca Empire, captured its Emperor Atahualpa and demanded a room of gold and two rooms with silver, he got the treasure but still executed Atahualpa. Hearing of this Rumiñahui took his forces towards the Northern Inca Capital of Quito, where it's believed he buried the gold then he heard that the Spanish forces were marching towards Ecuador to capture him. So he decided to burn Quito to the ground to take the glory away from the Spanish of taking the city, then he took the Sun Virgins and killed them to preserve their purity. Then he prepared his army for the battle. (en)
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  • Unknown, but severely high
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  • 22pxSpanish Empire
  • Remnants ofInca Empire
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  • Spanish victory
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  • Unknown
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  • 1534 (xsd:integer)
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  • Central part of modern-day Ecuador
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  • La battaglia del monte Chimborazo fu un conflitto combattuto nel 1534 tra l'impero spagnolo e l'impero Inca, nel corso del tentativo spagnolo di conquista dell'impero Inca. (it)
  • Francisco Pizarro had toppled the Inca Empire, captured its Emperor Atahualpa and demanded a room of gold and two rooms with silver, he got the treasure but still executed Atahualpa. Hearing of this Rumiñahui took his forces towards the Northern Inca Capital of Quito, where it's believed he buried the gold then he heard that the Spanish forces were marching towards Ecuador to capture him. So he decided to burn Quito to the ground to take the glory away from the Spanish of taking the city, then he took the Sun Virgins and killed them to preserve their purity. Then he prepared his army for the battle. (en)
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  • Battaglia del monte Chimborazo (it)
  • Battle of Mount Chimborazo (en)
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  • Battle of Mount Chimborazo (en)
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