Atabalipa


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A·ta·ba·li·pa

 (ä′tə-bä′lĭ-pä′)

A•ta•hual•pa

(ˌɑ təˈwɑl pə)

also Atabalipa



n.
c1500–33, last Incan king of Peru (son of Huayna Capac).
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All six Native American figures Schlesinger has included -- namely Atabalipa, Montezuma, Nacol-absou, Paracoussi, Quoniambec and Satouriona -- are taken from the final volume of Vrais pourtraits, which presents such important "pagan" leaders as Julius Caesar, Saladin, Tamerlane and Barbarossa, along with the above.