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Túpac Yupanqui X Inca, II Emperador del Tawantinsuyo

Also Known As: "Tupaq Inka Yupanki"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Cusco, Perú
Death: circa 1493 (45-61)
Chincheros, Cusco, Perú (Envenenado por su esposa Chuqli Ocllo)
Place of Burial: Cusco, Cusco, Cusco, Peru
Immediate Family:

Son of Pachacútec IX Inca Yupanqui "El que cambia el rumbo de la tierra" and Mama Anahuarque Choco, Coya
Husband of ? and Chimpu Ocllo, Coya (Su media-hermana)
Partner of Chuqui Ocllo, Envenenó a su esposo and Mama Ocllo, su hermana Coya
Father of Quisu Yupanqui; Cápac Huari; Huayna Cápac de Yupanqui y Ocllo, XI Inca "Rey Joven Mancebo Poderoso"; Rahua Ocllo, Coya; Juana Sisa Yupanqui, Palla and 4 others
Half brother of Amaru Inca Yupanqui, "El Bueno" and Chimpu Ocllo, Coya (Su media-hermana)

Occupation: 10º Sapa Inca 1471 - 1493 - 2º Emperador del Tawantisuyo, Inca, Rey de los Incas, Emperador del Tawantinsuyo, Emperador de Tahuantinsuyo
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About Túpac Yupanqui X Inca, II Emperador del Tawantinsuyo

Túpac Yupanqui (Tupaq Inka Yupanki) fue el décimo gobernador inca. Sucesor de Pachacútec, asumió el co-reinado probablemente entre los 15 y 20 años. Décimosegundo Emperador Inca de la Dinastía Hanan Cuzco (1471-1493). Continuó la política expansionista de su abuelo. Amplió la unidad política que se distribuía desde Quito a Nazca hacia el este y sureste, llegando al río Madre de Dios en los límites de la Amazonia y hasta el Gran Chaco, y colocando el límite fronterizo por el sur en la Araucania chilena, donde quedó establecida la frontera sur del imperio inca de manera definitiva. Durante su mandato construyó la fortaleza de Sacsahuaman y los palacios de Chinchero.

Fue un destacado militar ampliando las fronteras hacia el Sur, hasta llegar al rio Maule en Chile. También sometió al reino Chimú y a algunos pueblos del altiplano del norte de Argentina. Avanzó por el norte hasta Quito.

Luego, tras la muerte de su padre, se hizo cargo absoluto del poder. Debía tener poco más de 30 años. Durante su época como Hatun Auqui y luego como Inca empleó la mayor parte de su tiempo en campañas bélicas de conquista o pacificación e incluso de exploración. Lo llamaban el "Inca viajero", por sus largas ausencias fuera de Cusco, las cuales se dice que lo llevaron a lugares como Mangareva, Rapa Nui, el Paso del Chacao y un lejano y rico territorio donde luego fundaría la ciudad inca de Quito.

Tomó como esposa principal a su hermana paterna Mama Ocllo (homónima de la esposa del primer Inca), en la cual tuvo pocos hijos. Sin embargo, dejó fuerte descendencia entre concubinas y esposas secundarias. Murió en Chincheros, tal vez envenenado por otra de sus esposas Chuqui Ocllo.

Pachacútec escogió inicialmente a Amaru Inca Yupanqui como sucesor, pero éste era muy pacífico y bondadoso, lo llamaban "el Bueno". Se cuenta que cuando lo mandaron (prácticamente obligaron) a combatir contra los guaraníes fue derrotado. Tales actitudes hicieron cambiar de opinión a Pachacútec nombrando a su hijo Túpac Yupanqui como su sucesor. Cuando Pachacútec estaba ya muy anciano le dejó asumir casi todo el poder (co-gobierno).

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Tupac Yupanqui (Tupaq Inka Yupanki) was the tenth Inca governor. Successor of Pachacútec, it assumed the co-reign probably between the 15 and 20 years. 12th Inca Emperor of the Hanan Cuzco Dynasty (1471-1493). He continued the expansionist policy of his grandfather. It expanded the political unit that was distributed from Quito to Nazca to the east and southeast, reaching the Madre de Dios River at the border of the Amazon and the Great Chaco, and placing the border boundary on the south in the Chilean Araucania, where it remained Established the southern border of the Inca empire in a definitive way. During his mandate he built the fortress of Sacsahuaman and the palaces of Chinchero.

It was a military outpost extending the borders towards the South, until arriving at Maule river in Chile. He also subdued the Chimu kingdom and some peoples of the high plateau of northern Argentina. He advanced north to Quito.

Then, after his father's death, he took over power altogether. He must have been little more than 30 years. During his time as Hatun Auqui and then as Inca spent most of his time in campaigns of conquest or pacification and even exploration. They called him the "Inca traveler," for his long absences outside Cusco, which are said to have taken him to places like Mangareva, Rapa Nui, Paso del Chacao and a distant and rich territory where he would later found the Inca city of Quito.

She took as main wife to his paternal sister Mama Ocllo (homonym of the wife of the first Inca), in which she had few children. However, he left strong descendants between concubines and secondary wives. He died in Chincheros, perhaps poisoned by another of his wives Chuqui Ocllo.

Pachacútec initially chose Amaru Inca Yupanqui as successor, but this one was very peaceful and kind, they called him "the Good." It is said that when he was sent (practically forced) to fight against the Guarani was defeated. Such attitudes changed Pachacútec's opinion by naming his son Tupac Yupanqui as his successor. When Pachacútec was already very old, he let him assume almost all the power (co-government).


Eleventh Sapa Inca (1471–93) of the Inca Empire, fifth of the Hanan dynasty, and tenth of the Inca civilization

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