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- Túpac Huallpa
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Túpac Huallpa (or Huallpa Túpac) (died October 1533), original name Auqui Huallpa Túpac, was a puppet Inca Emperor of the conquistadors in 1533, during the Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire led by Francisco Pizarro.
Túpac Huallpa was a younger brother of Atahualpa and Huáscar. After Atahualpa's execution on July 26, 1533, the Spaniards appointed Túpac Huallpa as a puppet ruler and ensured he was crowned with great recognition and ceremony. All this was done to convince the Inca people that they were still being ruled by an Inca. Túpac Huallpa and his people may not have understood that the Spaniards were using him to take control of Peru and steal the gold treasures of his country.
Túpac died of smallpox in Jauja in 1533 soon after he was crowned the Inca Emperor by Francisco Pizarro. He was succeeded by another brother, a member of a lower nobility class, named Manco Inca Yupanqui.
Túpac Huallpa was the father of four children:
Francisco Huallpa Túpac Yupanqui;
Beatriz Túpac Yupanqui, who married the conquistador Pedro Alvarez de Holguín de Ulloa (1490-1542), son of Pedro Alvarez de Golfín and his wife Constanza de Aldana, and had issue (ancestors of Máxima Zorreguieta y Cerruti); Palla Chimpu Ocllo, baptized as Isabel Suárez Chimpu Ocllo, who married Sebastián Garcilaso de la Vega y Vargas (died 1559), and was the mother of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega. After she was widowed, she married secondly Juan de Pedroche and had two daughters: one, Ana Ruíz, married her cousin Martín de Bustinza, and had issue, while the other, Luisa de Herrera, married Pedro Márquez de Galeoto, becoming the mother of Alonso Márquez de Figueroa.
Leonor Yupanqui, who married Juan Ortiz de Zárate, and had issue.
- Son of Tupac Inca Yupanqui Huayna Capac, "Rey Joven" 3er. Emperador del Tawuantinsuyo; Tupac Inca, Yupanqui; Tocto Ocllo Coca, Coya and Mama Chumpi Ocllo, (Su media hermana)-(his half sister).
Husband of Mamma Tupi Oello, Coya and PALLA CUSI CHIMPU
Beatriz Yupanqui; Isabel Suárez (Palla Chimpu Ocllo), Yupanqui;
Francisco Huallpa Tupec, Yupanqui;
Leonor Yupanqui Palla Auqui; Sayri "Diego" Tupucay Huani Tupac, Inca and 1 other; and
Brother of Huáscar; Mamma Tupi Oello, Coya; Atahualpa (Atawallpa "Gallo") Hualpa, 5to. y último emperador del Tawantinsuyo; Juana de Azurpay, Coya; Manco Inca Yupanqui, XIV° Emperador del Tahuantinsuyo y de Wilcabamba and 15 others; Cora Ocllo, Coya; Cuxi Rimay Ocllo; Beatriz de Huayllas Ñusta Capac Coya; Cristóbal Paullu, Príncipe Inca; Tupac Amaru II Capac; Quispe Yupanqui / Diego de Castro; Cusi Atauchi; Shyri Atahualpa Toparca; Paullu Yupanqui; Hijo de Huyna Capac Desconocido; Huayna Capac, "Rey Joven" 3er. Emperador del Tawuantinsuyo; Palla Curi Ocllo; Cápac Huari; Auqui Tupac Inca and Tupac Yupanqui Inca
Half brother of Tupac Inca, Yupanqui; Huayna Yupanqui; Mama Yupanqui; Atahualpa (Ata-wallpa"Gallo") Hualpa, 5to. y último emperador del Tawantinsuyo; Francisca Capac, Coya and 2 others; Ninan Cuyochi Hanan and Inés Huaylas Yupanqui (Quispe Sisa).
XVI Emperador Inca, títere de Pizarro (1533). Nombre original: Auqui Hualpa Tupac Yupanqui. Según Carlos Ibarguren: Inca Tupac Yupanqui (1471-1493).
IRJ hermano del ultimo emperador Inca Huayna Capac XI, abuelo del Inca Garcilazo