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Francisco Pizarro González (c. 1471 or 1476 – 26 June 1541) was a Spanish conquistador who conquered the Inca Empire.

Francisco Pizarro González (c. 1471 or 1476 – 26 June 1541) was a Spanish conquistador who conquered the Inca Empire.

Atahualpa, o 13º e último imperador inca, morreu por estrangulamento, no ano de 1533, pelas mãos dos conquistadores espanhóis liderados por Francisco Pizarro

Atahualpa, o e último imperador inca, morreu por estrangulamento, no ano de pelas mãos dos conquistadores espanhóis liderados por Francisco Pizarro

Peru, Francisco Pizarro Stamp (Spanish conquistador), c.1896 Used fine

Peru, Francisco Pizarro Stamp (Spanish conquistador), c.1896 Used fine

Peru, Francisco Pizarro Stamp (Spanish conquistador), Blue c.1896 Used fine

Peru, Francisco Pizarro Stamp (Spanish conquistador), Blue c.1896 Used fine

death of Francisco Pizarro González (1471 – 1541) Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan Empire. In Lima; on 26 June 1541 heavily armed supporters of Diego Almagro II stormed Pizarro's palace; assassinated him. Diego de Almagro the younger was caught and executed the following year after losing the battle of Chupas. Stock Photo

death of Francisco Pizarro González (1471 – 1541) Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan Empire. In Lima; on 26 June 1541 heavily armed supporters of Diego Almagro II stormed Pizarro's palace; assassinated him. Diego de Almagro the younger was caught and executed the following year after losing the battle of Chupas. Stock Photo

Trujillo. Estatua ecuestre de Francisco Pizarro en la Plaza Mayor.Equestrian statue of Francisco Pizarro in Trujillo, Cáceres, Spain.

Trujillo. Estatua ecuestre de Francisco Pizarro en la Plaza Mayor.Equestrian statue of Francisco Pizarro in Trujillo, Cáceres, Spain.

FRANCISCO PIZARRO /n(c1475-1541). Spanish conqueror of Peru. Pizarro's entry into Cuzco, Peru. Wood engraving, 1879. - Stock Image

FRANCISCO PIZARRO /n(c1475-1541). Spanish conqueror of Peru. Pizarro's entry into Cuzco, Peru. Wood engraving, 1879. - Stock Image

Francisco Pizarro González, 1476 - 1541, Spanish conquistador who conquered the kingdom of the Incas, woodcut - Stock Image

Francisco Pizarro González, 1476 - 1541, Spanish conquistador who conquered the kingdom of the Incas, woodcut - Stock Image

Hernando de Soto (1496/98 - May 21, 1542) was a Spanish explorer and conquistador. He explored and colonized Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras and Peru, where the expedition, led by Francisco Pizarro, conquered the Incan Empire. In 1536 de Soto returned to Spai - Stock Image

Hernando de Soto (1496/98 - May 21, 1542) was a Spanish explorer and conquistador. He explored and colonized Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras and Peru, where the expedition, led by Francisco Pizarro, conquered the Incan Empire. In 1536 de Soto returned to Spai - Stock Image

Tomb of Francisco Pizarro, Basilica Cathedral of Lima, Plaza Mayor, Lima, Peru. - Stock Image

Tomb of Francisco Pizarro, Basilica Cathedral of Lima, Plaza Mayor, Lima, Peru. - Stock Image

PIZARRO AND ALMAGRO, c1536. /nConquistadors Francisco Pizarro Gonzßlez and Diego de Almagro taking an oath of peace in front of a priest in Peru, c1536. Line engraving, c1891. - Stock Image

PIZARRO AND ALMAGRO, c1536. /nConquistadors Francisco Pizarro Gonzßlez and Diego de Almagro taking an oath of peace in front of a priest in Peru, c1536. Line engraving, c1891. - Stock Image

Francisco Pizarro's route of exploration during the conquest of Peru (1531–1533)

Francisco Pizarro's route of exploration during the conquest of Peru (1531–1533)

Francisco Pizarro González (1471 – 1541) Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan Empire. - Stock Image

Francisco Pizarro González (1471 – 1541) Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan Empire. - Stock Image

Escudo de los Pizarro en el Palacio de la Conquista de Trujillo, provincia de Cáceres, (España).2011. Palacio de la Conquista. Construído en el siglo XVI por Hernando Pizarro. Los bustos que aparecen en alto relieve son los de Francisco Pizarro, Inés Huylas Yupanqui, Francisca Pizarro y Hernando Pizarro.

Escudo de los Pizarro en el Palacio de la Conquista de Trujillo, provincia de Cáceres, (España).2011. Palacio de la Conquista. Construído en el siglo XVI por Hernando Pizarro. Los bustos que aparecen en alto relieve son los de Francisco Pizarro, Inés Huylas Yupanqui, Francisca Pizarro y Hernando Pizarro.