Francisca Pizarro Yupanqui
Francisca Pizarro Yupanqui (1534-1598) was the daughter of Inés
Yupanqui and Francisco Pizarro; she was also the niece and wife of
Hernando Pizarro. Francisca was recognized as a legitimate
Francisco Pizarro by
Emperor Charles V
Emperor Charles V in a royal decree on
October 12, 1537.
She and her uncle/husband ordered the building of the Palace of the
conquest in Trujillo, Spain; it features busts of them and others.
She had five children.
^ a b c La Opinion. "57 documentos históricos revelan en un libro la
vida de Francisca Pizarro". La Opinion.
^ Alberto Flores Galindo (7 June 2010). In Search of an Inca: Identity
and Utopia in the Andes. Cambridge University Press. pp. 18–.
^ Prescott, William. History of the Conquest of Peru, chapter 28.
^ "Palacio de la Conqu