ChristianityChristianity is a relgion where there is one god and people believe in holy sacrements and sins. It also is based on life and teachings of Jesus Christ.
Jan 1, 1438
IncaThe Inca's were a Southern American Indian tribe. They lived in the central andies before the Spainish Conquest. Francisco Pizarro wiped out this tribe.
Jan 1, 1476
Francisco PizarroFrancisco Pizarro was a Spainish conquistador who conquered the Inca Empire. He was the founder of Lima. Around 1532 his brother and him conquered Peru. He wiped out the largest Native American tribe.
Jan 1, 1484
Bartholome de las CasasBartholome de las Casas was the 16th century Spanish historian, social reformer, and Dominican friar. He also became the first resident of Bishop of Chiapas.
Jan 1, 1499
EncomiendaEncomienda is a legal system that was employed by the Spanish crown. This was during the Spanish colonization of the American to help regulate Native American labor.
Jan 1, 1502
AtahualpaAtahualpa was the last Sapa Inca of the Tawantinsuyu, before the Spainish conquest. He was also Emperor. He was captured by the Spainish conquistador Francisco Pizarro. He won the bloody civil war in 1532.
Jan 1, 1530
MestizoMestizo is a phrase often used in Spain. This saying means a person who's ancestors were both European and American Indians only. Also used as a racial category in the casta system during the Spanish Empires control of there American colonies.