A Victorio Alferio … ultra res omnes dilecta, et quasi mortale numen ab ipso constanter habita et observata.
He was Carlos Anaya, who had been one of Victorio's warriors.
Or did not the news brought by Victorio Lopez make more imperative the need for secrecy?
Victorio was an equally celebrated Apache war-chief and was out about the same time.
Victorio's eyes searched the hills, too, despite a frown that told of a troubled mind.
Sitting on a hillock beside Victorio, Geronimo's restless eyes sought the valley beneath, the next hill, and the hills beyond.
Mangas and Victorio lifted Mangus Coloradus to a rude wooden table and stepped back against the wall.
The warm sun had made Geronimo and Victorio sleepy, so that neither warrior felt like moving unnecessarily.
"That is how Cochise fought the white men for ten long years," Victorio remarked.