It is supported by a similar account given by Acosta, of the famous Huayna Capac.
Her father had been forced to submit to the victorious Huayna Capac.
Huayna Capac had considerably extended the Peruvian empire by the conquest of the kingdom of Quito.
Huayna Capac then advanced, bent on vengeance, and the attack was renewed, but without result.
Huayna Capac is thought to have been chief for about fifty years.
Huayna Capac had consulted them, and they answered that he would live a great while yet,—and Huayna Capac had promptly died.
Huayna Capac, who died about 1525, was in reality the last of the Inca chiefs.
Names hive been bestowed upon them—such as the palace of Huayna Capac.