or Huai·na Ca·pac
- c1450–1527?, Inca ruler of Peru 1493?–1527? (father of Atahualpa and Huascar).
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Huayna-Capac, “the most glorious of the Incas,” fifty years, from 1475 to 1525.Ancient America, in Notes on American Archaeology
John D. Baldwin
Huayna-Capac made Quito his residence, and reigned there thirty-eight years—the most brilliant epoch in the annals of the city.
Great is the contrast between the architecture of this century and that in the days of Huayna-Capac.
Atuntaqui received its name from the big drum which was kept here in the days of Huayna-Capac, to give the war-signal.
I am he who has come back from the days that are dead—Vilcaroya, the son of Huayna-Capac.'The Romance of Golden Star ...
George Chetwynd Griffith