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Carvajal, Francisco de, 1464-1548

LC control no.n 98097070
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Personal name headingCarvajal, Francisco de, 1464-1548
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Variant(s)De Carvajal, Francisco, 1464-1548
Carbajal, Francisco de, 1464-1548
De Carbajal, Francisco, 1464-1548
Demonio de los Andes, 1464-1548
Carvajal, Francisco de, 1465?-1549
López Gascón, Francisco, 1464-1548
Gascón, Francisco López, 1464-1548
Carauajal, Francisco de, 1464-1548
De Carauajal, Francisco, 1464-1548
Caravajal, Francisco de, 1464-1548
De Caravajal, Francisco, 1464-1548
Associated countryItaly
Associated placeSalamanca (Spain)
Birth date1464
Death date1548-04-10
Place of birthRágama (Spain)
Place of deathValle de Jaquijahuana (Peru)
AffiliationUniversidad de Salamanca
Profession or occupationMilitary officer Lawyer
Found inSin, crimes, and retribution in early Latin America, 1999: CIP t.p. (Francisco de Carvajal)
Encic. univ. ilus. europeo-americana (Carvajal (Franciso de); militar español; b. in Arévalo (Avila), Spain, in 1464; d. in Peru in 1548)
LC database, Oct. 28, 1998 (hdg.: Carvajal, Francisco de, 1465?-1549)
Francisco de Carbajal, o, El genio del mal, 2000: t.p. (Francisco de Carbajal)
Caruajal en Charcas, 2017: page, etc. (Francisco de Carvajal; Francisco López Gascón; born 1464 in Rágama de Arévalo; studied in the Universidad de Salamanca; fought in Rávena (1512) and Pavía (1525); married a Portuguese widow Catatina Leytón; after getting married they went to Mexico and then Peru; mayor of Cuzco; fought in civil wars among the Spaniards; fought in the battle of Chupas (September 16, 1542), the battle of Charcas (1546), the battle of Huarina (1547), and the Valle de Xaquizauana (April 9, 1548); he was hung on April 10, 1548 at the age of 84 after being turned over by his own men; his names was written and pronounced Carauajal in the 16th century and not as Caravajal or Carvajal as it is pronounced today)
Real Academia de Historia (Spain) website, February 22, 2021: (Francisco López Gascón; Francisco de Carvajal; known as the demonio de los Andes [demon of the Andes]; born circa 1470 in Rágama (Salamanca); died April 10, 1548 in Peru; conquistador in Mexico and Peru; field master of Gonzalo Pizarro during his great rebellion (1544-1548); studied law at the Universidad de Salamanca; was executed in the Valle de Jaquijahuana along with Gonzalo Pizarro and his captains)
The Golden Empire : Spain, Charles V, and the creation of America, 2011: page 318 (Francisco de Carvajal; Francisco López Gascón; born 1464 in Rágama de Arévalo; took the name Carvajal since he had been a protégé (or wanted to be) of a cardinal of that name in Italy; was executed on April 10, 1548 along with Gonzalo Pizarro and others)
Last Conquistador: Mansio Serra De Lequizamon and the Conquest of the Incas, 1999: first page of chapter 7, etc. (Francisco López Gascón; Francisco de Carbajal; took his name from Cardinal Bernardino de Carbajal; at one point was planning on being a priest; fought with Gonzalo Pizarro; died April 1548 in the Valle de Jaquijahuana a few miles north of Cuzco)
Associated languagespa