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Francisco Pizarro was known as the man who conquered all of the Incan Empire. Pizarro was born on March 16, 1478 and died on June 26, 1541

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Francisco Pizarro was known as the man who conquered all of the Incan Empire. Pizarro was born on March 16, 1478 and died on June 26, 1541. He born and raised in Trujillo, Spain. His parents were Gonzalo Pizarro de Aguilar, who was the royal infantry captain of Spain, and his mother was Francisca Gonz´┐Żlez Mateos, who was just an ordinary woman. He had three brothers and one half brother. Francisco lived as a poor child when he was growing up. His parents never were married. He was raised by his grandparents and his brothers. ...read more.

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He became an important townsperson in Panama City. When he came back to Spain a rumor spread that the civilization was called the Incas. He returned to Panama City on his second expedition and under estimated the Incas because they came in a large group and killed a lot of his men. He went back to Spain and gathered more men and supplies to destroy the Incas. He voyaged back and claimed victory when he captured the ruler held him for ransom of gold and silver. He is known as the Spanish conquistador for conquering Peru's Inca Empire. ...read more.

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He became ruler of the Inca Empire. He got assassinated by Hernando Cortes' captain. Francisco Pizarro died on June 26 1541 in Lima, Peru. This guy named Almagro, which who was the Hernado Cortes' Captain. He wanted to kill him for revenge for killing his dad and to seize the land, because as you know he was known as the man who conquered all of the Incan Empire. In all Francisco Pizarro had a cruel and wild life. Like the battle he fought in this battle which was called, "The Battle of Cajamarca" and the attack was a very bloody fight. Some day I want to be as confident as him. ...read more.

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