Abancay, Spanish-Inca relations in,
166–72
absolutism: colonial reorganization and,
24–25; emergence of, 193; state build-
ing in colonial Peru and, 218–20, 224
achronicity, in accounts of Atahualpa’s
capture, 63–64
agency: in Cajamarca contact, 28;
coronation of Paullu Inca and role of,
162–66; historical narrative and role
of, 2–25, 233n2; Manco Inca’s war and
role of, 130–32; of native peoples, 2
Aguirre, Juan de, 141
Aldana, 56
Aliaga, Jerónimo de, 117–20
Allaulli, Francisco Caro, 38
Almagro, Diego de, 93–94, 106–8, 125; Al-
varado and, 110–11; compañìa and, 31;
coronation of Paullu Inca and, 162–73;
execution of, 171–72; expeditions of,
146; Manco Inca’s war and, 111–12, 125,
143–44, 159, 239n17; Pizarro and, 117,
220; Villac-Umu ransom episode and,
118, 122
Almagro, Diego de (“the Lad”), 193,
196–97, 228
Altamirano, Francisco, 216
alterity: colonial narratives and, 78–81;
conquerors’ reconfiguration of,
175–76; containment of, and partial
recognition, 76–81; encounter with
Atahualpa and, 20, 29–30, 53–64; nar-
ratives of Atahualpa’s capture and,
72–76
Althusser, Louis, 13–14, 110
Alvarado, Alonso de, 162–63, 168, 243n4
Alvarado, Pedro de, 106–8, 215; payments
to, 110–11, 117
Amin, Shahid, 79
Añas Collque, 170
Andean politics, in nativelike sources,
34–35
anti-inferiority politics and capture of
Atahualpa, 53
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 17, 79, 161
Apaiche, Don Hernando, 109
Appadurai, Arjun, 245n7
asymmetry: of colonial normal, 147–57;
of historical sources, 7–25; in Manco
Inca’s war, 127–32
Atahualpa: alleged arrogance of, 54,
184–85, 234n10; alleged spies of, 39,
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