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Tupac-Amaru, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781


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    • us: Amaru, José Gabriel Tupac-, 1738?-1781
    • us: Condorcanki Noguera, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781
    • us: Condorcanqui, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781
    • us: Condorcanqui y Noguera, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781
    • us: Quivicanqui, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781
    • us: Quibi Canqui, José Gabriel, 1738?-1781
    • us: Canqui, José Gabriel Quibi, 1738?-1781
    • us: Noguera, José Gabriel Condorcanqui y, 1738?-1781
    • us: Thupa Amaro, 1738?-1781
    • us: Túpac Amaru, 1738?-1781
    • us: Tupaj Amaru II, 1738?-1781
    • us: Tupak Amaru, 1738?-1781
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    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1738-03-19?
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1781-05-18
    • Birth Place

        Surimana (Peru)
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    • Occupation

        Revolutionary leader
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    • Earlier Established Forms

      • Tupac-Amaru, José Gabriel, 1742-1781
      • Tupac-Amaru, José Gabriel, d. 1781
      • Tupac-Amaru, José Gabriel, originally Condorcanqui, d. 1781
    • Sources

      • found: Sozina, S. A. Tupak Amaru--velikiĭ indeĭskiĭ povstanet͡s, 1738-1781, 1979: t.p. (Tupak Amaru)
      • found: Caranci, C.A. Túpac Amaru, 1987: p. 8 (José Gabriel Condorcanki Noguera; b. Surimana, prov. of Tinta)
      • found: Wikipedia, October 8, 2014 (Túpac Amaru II; José Gabriel Túpac Amaru (March 19, 1742-May 18, 1781); known as Túpac Amaru II; leader of an indigenous uprising in 1780 against the Spanish in Peru; although unsuccessful, he later became a mythical figure in the Peruvian struggle for independence and indigenous rights movement and an inspiration to myriad causes in Peru; Túpac Amaru II was born José Gabriel Condorcanqui in Surimana, Tungasuca, in the province of Cuzco, and received a Jesuit education at the San Francisco de Borja School; he was a mestizo who claimed to be a direct descendant of the last Inca ruler Túpac Amaru; he had been given the title of Marquis of Oropesa, a position that allowed him some voice and political leverage during Spanish rule; between 1741 and 1780 Amaru II went into litigation with the Betancur family over the right of succession of the Marquisate of Oropesa and lost the case; in 1760, he married Micaela Bastidas Puyucahua of Afro-Peruvian and indigenous descent; Túpac Amaru II inherited the caciqueship, or hereditary chiefdom of Tungasuca and Pampamarca from his older brother, governing on behalf of the Spanish governor; he was quartered and beheaded by the Spanish on the main plaza in Cuzco in 1781) {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T%C3%BApac_Amaru_II}
      • found: Enciclopedia universal ilustrada europeo-americana, 1929: volume 65 page 126 (Tupac-Amaru; born between 1740-1742; died May 18, 1782 in Cuzco)
      • found: Biografías y vidas website, July 26, 2017: (José Gabriel Condorcanqui or Quivicanqui; born 1738 in Surimana; died 1781 in Cuzco) {https://www.biografiasyvidas.com/biografia/t/tupac_amaru.htm}
      • found: Diccionario Histórico y Biográfico del Perú, 1986: volume 9, pages 87-91 (José Gabriel Túpac Amaru Inca; born March 19, 1738 in Surimana; died May 18, 1781 in Cuzco)
      • found: Enciclopedia ilustrada del Perú, 1988: volume 6, page 6 (José Gabriel Túpac Amaru; born March 19, 1741 in Surimana; died May 18, 1781 in Cuzco)
      • found: Encyclopedia of Latin American history and culture, 1996: volume 5 (José Gabriel Condorcanqui Túpac Amaru; born March 1738; died May 18, 1781
      • found: Diccionario Histórico Biográfico del Perú, 1935: volume 11, page 31, etc. (José Gabriel Condorcanqui (or Quibi Canqui) Túpac Amaru; born between 1740 and 1742)
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      • 1980-09-23: new
      • 2017-07-26: revised
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