PERSONS IN ‘THE WORLD ACCORDING TO AZTECS AND INCAS’

Acamapichtli (-1395), 1st Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1376-1395

Acosta, José de (1540-1600), Spanish Jesuit in Peru and Mexico

Acosta Saignes, Miguel (1908-1989), Venezuelan anthropologist

Acquaviva, Claudio (1543-1615), Italian theologian, Superior General of The Society of Jesus

Adrian of Utrecht (1459-1523), co-regent in Spain, Pope under the name Adrian VI 1522-1523

Aguilar, Francisco de (1479-1571), baptized Alonso, Spanish conquistador in Mexico, encomendero, Dominican monk

Aguilar, Gerónimo de (1489-1531), Spanish, Franciscan monk, prisoner of Mayans, interpreter, conquistador in Mexico

Aguirre, Lope de (1510-1561), Spanish conquistador in Peru, rebel

Ahuitzotl (-1502), 8th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1486-1502

Aldarete, Julián de (c. 1485-1527) Spanish officer, the first royal treasurer in Mexico

Alexander III (c. 1100-1181), Pope 1159-1181

Alexander IV (c. 1199-1261), Pope 1254-1261

Alexander VI (1431-1503), Pope 1492-1503

Almagro, Diego de (1475-1538), leading Spanish conquistador in South America

Almanza, Martín Enríquez de (c. 1510-1583), Viceroy in Mexico 1568-1580

Alvarado y Contreras, Pedro (c. 1485-1541), Spanish conquistador in Cuba, Mexico, Guatemala, El Salvador and Peru

Andagoya, Pascual de (1495-1548), Spanish conquistador in Central America, selfproclaimed Governor in Columbia 1540-1542

Aristotle (384 fvt.-322 fvt.), Greek philosopher

Atahualpa (c. 1497-1533), 13th Sapa Inca 1532-1533

Atahualpa, Juan Santos (c. 1710- c. 1755), Indian leader of resistance

Atl, dr. (1875-1964), Mexican painter and writer, baptized Gerardo Murillo Cornado but changed to the more Aztec sounding name with academic titel

Augustine (354-430), North African antichrist who became one of the Primitive Churchs foundings fathers

Avila, Francisco de (1573-1647), creole born in Peru, theologian, student of native customs

Axayácatl (1451-1481), 6th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1469-1481

Balboa, Miguel Cabello de (1535-1608), Spanish born theologian, writer in Peru

Balboa, Vasco Núñez de (c. 1475-1519) Spanish conquistador, Conqueror of the Pacific

Barrenechea, Raúl Porras (1897-1960), Peruvian historian, diplomat

Bastidas Puyucahua, Micaela (1745-1781), Peruvian rebel leader

Batres, Leopoldo (1852-1926), Mexican archaeologist

Baudin, Louis (1887-1964), French economist, writer of books about the Incas

Beatriz Cápac Coya (1521-1569), Inca princess married to Mancio Sierra de Leguizamo

Bejder, Peter (1959-), Danish historian

Belaunde Terry, Fernando (1912-2002), Peruvian architect, President 1963-1968 & 1980-1985

Benalcázar, Sebastian de (c. 1490-1551), Spanish conquistador in Central America and Peru

Benavente, Toribio de (called Motolinía) (1482-1568), Spanish Franciscan monk in Mexico

Benedikt XIV (1675-1758), Pope 1740-1758

Benedikt XVI (1927-), Pope 2005-2013

Benlliure, Mariano (1862-1947), Spanish sculpturist

Bering, Vitus Jonassen (1681-1741), Danish polar researcher in the Russian navy

Betanzos, Juan de (1510-1576), Spanish conquistador, chronicler in Peru

Bierhorst, John William (1936-), US-American translator, publisher of Aztec myths

Bingham, Hiram (1875-1956), US-American historian who made Machu Picchu world famous

Bjørneboe, Lars (1942-), Danish historian

Blanco Galdos, Hugo (1934-), Peruvian student- and peasentleader

Blom, Frans (1893-1963), Danish explorer and archaeologist in Mexico

Boas, Franz (1858-1942), German-US-American anthropologist

Bolívar, Simón Bolívar (1783-1830), Venezuelan general

Bonavia, Duccio (1935-2012), Peruvian-Italian archaeologist

Borgia, Stefano (1731-1804), Italian cardinal, collector of historical manuscripts

Bourbourg, Charles-Étienne Brasseur de (1814-1874), French priest, anthropologist with interest for Aztecs and Mayans

Brinton, Daniel G. (1837-1899), US-American surgeon, archaeologist and anthropologist

Bruno, Giordano (1548-1600), Italian Dominican, scientist

Bustamante, Carlos Maria de (1774-1848), Mexican jurist, politician, political prisoner, writer of Constitution, publisher of historical sources from Mexico

Bustamante, Francisco de (c.1490-c.1570), head of Franciscan order in Mexico

Bustamante, José Luis (1894-1989), Peruvian jurist, President 1945-1948

Cáceres, Andrés Avelino (1836-1923), Peruvian officer, President 1884-1885, 1886-1890 & 1894-1895

Cabrera, Miguel (1695-1768), Mexican painter and writer

Calancha, Antonio de la (1584-1684), creole born in present Bolivia, theologian, collector of native customs

Calderón Hinojosa, Felipe de Jesús (1962-), Mexican jurist, President 2006-2012

Calixtus III (1378-1458), Pope 1455-1458

Cápac Yupanqui, 5th Sapa Inca c. 1320-1350

Cárdenas, Lázaro (1895-1970), Mexican general, President 1934-1940

Carlos 3rd (1716-1788), Spanish King 1759-1788 from the House of Bourbon

Carlos 5th (1500-1558), Spanish King 1516-1556 and Emperor over the Holy Roman Empire 1519-1556

Carrasco, Davíd (1944-), Mexican anthropologist and historian of religion

Casas, Bartolomé de las (c. 1484-1566), Spanish conquistador, Dominican monk, Protector of the Indians1516-1527, Bishop in Mexico 1544-1550, writer

Caso y Andrade, Alfonso (1896-1970), Mexican jurist, archaeologist

Castro, Alfonso de (1495-1558), Spanish Franciscan, jurist

Castro Ruz, Fidel Alejandro (1926-2016), Cuban rebelleader, partyleader and President

Castro, Lope García de (1516-1576), Spanish Governor in Peru, interim Viceroy

Catherwood, Frederick (1799-1854), English artist and architect

Chambi Jiménez, Martín (1891-1973), Peruvian photographer

Champollion, Jean-François (1790-1832), French philologist

Chimalpahin Quauhtlehuanitzin, Domingo Francisco de San Anton Muñón (1579-c. 1645), christian Indian writer in Mexico

Chimalpopoca (1397-1427), 3rd Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1417-1427

Chimalpopoca, Faustino Galicia (1805-1877), Mexican philologist

Churriguera, José (1665-1725), Spanish architect

Cieza de Leon, Pedro (1520-54), Spanish conquistador, chronicler in Peru

Clavijero Echegaray, Francisco Javier (1731-1787), Mexican Jesuit, historian

Clement XIV (1705-1774), Pope 1769-1774

Cobo, Bernabé (1582-1657), Spanish Jesuit, writer

Colosio, Luis Donaldo (1950-1994), Mexican economist, President candidate

Columbus, Cristoffer (1451-1506), explorer from Genua who in modern time discovered a sailing route to the Americas

Columbus, Diego (c.1474-1526), son of Cristoffer Columbus, explorer and Governor 1509-1518

Conrad, Geoffrey W. (1950-), US-American anthropologist

Correa Delgado, Rafael Vicente (1963-), Ecuadorian President 2007-2017

Cortés, Hernán (1485-1547), Spanish conquistador, Mexicos conqueror, Governor

Cortés, Martín (1523-1595), son of Hernán Cortés and la Malinche, Mexicos first known mestizo

Cortés, Martín (1532-1589), son of Hernán Cortés and doña Juana de Zúñiga, 2nd Marquis of the Valley of Oaxaca,

Cotterell, Maurice (1952-), English mathematican, popular archaeological writer

Covarrubias, Miguel (1904-1957), Mexican artist, anthropologist

Coya, Beatriz Clara (1556-1600), Inca princess

Cuauhtémoc (c. 1495-1525), 11th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1520-1521

Cuitláhuac (c. 1476-1520), 10th Tlatoani of the Aztecs a few months in 1520

Cuxirimay (c. 1522-c. 1568), Huayna Capács niece, married to Atahualpa, Pizarros mistress and married to Betanzos

d’Ailly, Pierre (1350-1420), theologian, astrologist, cardinal

Darwin, Charles (1809-1882), English biologist and geologist

Demarest, Arthur A. (1952-), US-American anthropologist

Diaz Mori, José de la Cruz Porfirio (1830-1915), Mexican General, President and dictator 1876-1880 and 1884-1911

Diaz del Castillo, Bernal (c. 1492-1584), Spanish conquistador, footsoldier, Governor, chronicler in Mexico

Diego, Juan (1474-1548), allegedly Mexican Indian who is canonized with the name Saint Juan Diego Cuauhtlatoatzin i 2002

Diego de Ocaña (1565-1608), monk, artist and writer in Peru and Mexico

Domingo Félix de Guzmán (1170-1221), founder of the Dominican Order

Donnelly, Ignatius Loyola (1831-1901), US-American politician and writer

Durán, Diego (c.1537-1588), Spanish born but grew up in Mexico, Dominican monk, chronicler in Mexico

Däniken, Erich von (1935-), Swiss writer of popular astro-archaeological books

Dürer, Albrecht 1471-1528), German painter and printmaker, mathematican

Eco, Umberto (1932-2016), Italian semiotician, novelist

Engels, Friedrich (1820-1895), German philosopher, journalist, businessman

Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536), Dutch humanist, philosopher

Eratosthenes (276 BCE.- 194 BCE.), Greek astronomer

Ferdinand 2nd of Aragon (1452-1516), Spanish King 1479-1516

Fock, Niels (1927-), Danish anthropologist

Fox Quesada, Vicente (1942-), Mexican businessman, President 2000-2006

Frankopan, Peter (1971-), English historian

Francis of Assisi (1182-1226), merchant, soldier, pilgrim, founder of the Franciscan Order

Freud, Sigmund (1875-1939), Austrian psychoanalyst, critic of religion

Fujimori, Alberto (1938-), Peruvian economist, President 1990-2000

Fujimori, Keiko (1975-), Peruvian President candidate

Galeano, Eduardo Hughes (1940-2015), Uruguayan journalist and writer

Gallardo, Miguel Ángel Félix (1946-), Mexican police officer who became leader of the Zeta cartel

Gama, Vasco da (1469-1524), Portuguese explorer

Ganss, George E. (1905-2000), US-American Jesuit

García Pérez, Alan Gabriel Ludwig (1949-2019), Peruvian jurist, President 1985-1990 and 2006-2011

Garibay, Ángel María (1892-1967), Mexican philologist, historian, translator

Gasca, Pedro de la (1485-1567), Spanish Bishop, acting as Viceroy in Peru 1546-1549

Giesecke, Albert (1883-1968), US-American Rector of university in Cusco

Gigas, Emil Leopold (1849-1931), Danish historian of literature, translator

Girón, Francisco Hernández (c. 1510-1554), Spanish conquistador

Greer, Paolo (1951-), US-American explorer, writer

Grijalva, Juan de (1490-1527), Spanish conquistador in Mexico

Grønbech,Vilhelm (1873-1948), Danish historian of religion

Guerrero, Gonzalo (c. 1470-1536), Spanish conquistador, Indian military leader in Mexico

Guevara, Ernesto ‘Che’ (1928-1967), Argentine physician, Cuban rebelleader and Minister

Gutiérrez, Gustavo (1928-), Peruvian priest, cofounder of liberation theology in Latinamerica

Guzmán, Nuño Beltrán (1490-1558), Spanish conquistador, the first President of the Audiencia in Mexico 1528-1530

Guzmán Loera, Joaquín ’Chapo’ (c. 1957-), leader of the Mexican Sinaloa cartel

Guzmán Reynosos, Abimael (1934-), Peruvian philosopher, leader of the Shining Path

Göhring, Herman, German geologist working for the Peruvian state at the end of the 19th century

Habakkuk (c. 600 BCE.), one of the minor prophets

Hagen, Victor Wolfgang von (1908-1985), US-American historian

Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich (1770-1831), German philosopher

Hemming, John (1935-), Canadian-English historian

Hernández de Córdoba, Francisco (-1517), Spanish conquistador in Mexico

Heyden, Doris (1905-2005), US-American anthropologist and translator

Heyerdahl, Thor (1914-2002), Norwegian biologist and explorer

Hidalgo y Costilla, Miguel (1753-1811), Mexican priest, university rector, rebelleader

Hippolytus (170-235), Roman churchfather, rivaling Pope, martyr, saint

Holguín, Garcia de (c. 1490-c. 1560), Spanish soldier who was sent to Mexico for arresting Cortés, but became part of his forces

Howard, Edgar Billings (1887-1943), US-american anthropologist

Howard, Rosaleen Elizabeth (1950-) British researcher of Quechua

Huanitzin, (-1539), Aztec Gobernador on behalf of the Spaniards 1536-1539

Huáscar (1503-1532), 12th Sapa Inca 1527-1532

Huayna Cápac (c. 1464-c. 1527), 11th Sapa Inca 1493-1527

Huerta Márquez, José Victoriano (1850-1916), Mexican General, installed as President 1913-1914

Huitzilíhuitl (c. 1380-1417), 2nd Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1396-1417

Humala Tasso, Ollanta (1962-), Peruvian officer, President 2011-2016

Humboldt, Alexander von (1769-1859), German explorer and naturalist

Hvidtfeldt, Arild (1915-1999), Danish historian of religion

Hyland, Sabine (1964-), US-American anthropologist

Høiris, Ole (1946-), Danish anthropologist

Icazbalceta, Joaquín García (1824-1894), Mexican historian, publisher of written sources from Mexico

Ignacius af Loyola (1491-1556), Spanish nobel, priest, founder of Society of Jesus, saint

Inca Roca, 6th Sapa Inca c. 1350-1380

Isabella 1st of Castile (1451-1504), Spanish Queen 1474-1504

Iturbide,  Augustín de (1783-1824), General, Mexicos Emperor 1822-23

Itzcoatl (-1440), 4th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1427-1440

Itzquahtzin (1475-1520), Tlatoani in Tlatelolco

Jensen, Hans J. Lundager (1953-), Danish religion researcher

Jiménez de la Espada, Marcos (1831-1898), Spanish biologist, publisher of written sources from Peru and Mexico

John Paul II (1920-2005), Pope 1978-2005, saint

Johansson Keraudren, Patrick, (1946-) French-Mexican philologist

Juárez García, Benito Pablo (1806-1872), Mexican President 1858-1872

Kahlo de Rivera, Frida (1907-1954), Mexican artist

King Viscount Kingsborough, Edward (1795-1837), Irish member of Parliament, publisher of written sources from Mexico

Kirchhoff, Paul (1900-1972), German-Mexican anthropologist

Knorosov, Yuri Valentinovich (1922-1999), Russian philologist

Konstantin (272-337), Roman Emperor 306-337

Kock, Christian Erik J. (1946-), Danish philologist

Koch, Hal (1904-1963), Danish theologian

Krickeberg, Walter (1885-1962), German anthropologist, museum director

Kuczynski Godard, Pedro Pablo (1938-), Peruvian economist, President 2016-2018

Lanczkowski, Günter (1917-1993), German religion researcher, philologist

Landa, Diego de (1524-1579), Spanish Franciscan, Bishop, chronicler in Mexico

Larco Hoyle, Rafael (1901-1966), engineer and museum founder in Peru

Larsen, Thomas P. (1974-), Danish religion historian

Lasso de la Vega, Luis (17th-century), creole priest, jurist, writer in Mexico

Le Clézio, Jean-Marie Gustave (1940-), French-Mauritian writer

Leguía, Augusto (1863-1932), Peruvian President 1908-1912 and dictator 1919-1930

Leguizamo, Mancio Sierra de (1512-1589), Spanish conquistador

Leif Erikson (c. 970-1020), Icelandic viking who alledgedly reached America

Leo IV, (790-855), Pope 847-855

León-Portilla, Miguel (1926-), Mexican anthropologist and historian

Leon y Gama, Antonio de (1735-1802) Mexican astronomer, writer

Lévi-Strauss, Claude (1908-2009), French philosopher and anthropologist

Lizárraga, Agustin (-1912), Peruvian muleteer

Locke, Leland L. (c. 1875-1943), US-American anthropologist

Lloque Yupanqui, 3rd Sapa Inca c. 1260-1290

Lohmann, Jens (1940-), Danish journalist and writer

López de Gómara, Francisco (c. 1511-c. 1566), Spanish priest, chronicler

Lula da Silva, Ignácio (1945-), Brazilian tradeunion leader and President 2003-2011

Luque, Hernándo de (-1532), Spanish conquistador, Protector of the Indians

MacNutt, Francis Augustus (1863-1927), US-American diplomat, high ranking Vatican official and publisher of written sources from Mexico

MacQuarrie, Kim, US-American author, filmmaker and anthropologist 

Madero González, Francisco Ignacio (1873-1913), Mexican revolutionary, President 1911-1913

Malinche (c.1502-c.1529), originally Malinalli Tenépatl but was also called Doña Marina, princess in southern Mexico, interpreter and Cortés mistress

Mamani, Hernán Huarache (1943-2016), Peruvian economist, author

Manco Cápac, 1st Sapa Inca c. 1200-1230

Manco Inca (1516-1544), 14th Sapa Inca, puppet-Inca of the Spaniards 1534-1536,  ruled the mini-Incastate in the rainforrest 1536-1544

Marco Polo (1254-1324), Venezian explorer

Markham, Clements Robert (1830-1916), English geographer, writer and publisher of written sources from Peru

Marx, Karl (1818-1883), German philosopher and revolutionary

Massieu, José Francisco Ruiz (1946-1994), Mexican politician, secretary general of PRI

Maximilian (1832-1867), Austrian Archduke, installed by France as Mexicos Emperor 1864-1867

Maxtla (-1428), ruler in Atzcapotzalco in Mexico 1426-28

Mayta Cápac, 4th Sapa Inca c. 1290-1320

Mehmed 2nd (1432-1481), Ottoman Sultan 1444-1446 and 1451-1481

Mendaña, Álvaro de (1542-1595), Spanish ekspedition leader to Solomon Islands

Mendoza, Antonio de (1495-1552), Spanish Viceroy in Mexico 1535-1550 and in Peru 1551-1552

Mendoza, Hurtado de (1500-1561), Spanish Viceroy in Peru 1556-1561

Michael, Ib (1945-), Danish author

Michelangelo (1475-1564), Italian sculpturist, architect and painter

Mier, Servad Teresa (1765-1827), Mexican priest, politician

Minelli, Laura Laurencich, Italian archaeologist

Moctezuma (1466-1520), 9th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1502-1520

Moctezuma the Elder (1398-1469), 5th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1440-1469

Moctezuma, Eduardo Matos (1940-), Mexican archaeologist, museum director

Mogrovejo, Toribio Alfonso de (1538-1606), jurist, Grand Inquisitor in Spain, Archbishop in Peru 1579/1581-1606, saint

Molina, Cristóbal de (1529-1585), Spanish hospitalpriest in Peru

Montesino, Antonio de (c.1475-1545), Spanish Dominican monk in Hispaniola

Montesinos, Fernando de (-1652), Spanish theologian, historian in Peru

Montesinos, Vladimiro (1946-), chief of intelligence service in Peru 1990-2000

Montúfar, Alonso (1489-1572), Spanish Dominican monk, Archbishop in Mexico 1551-1572

Morales, Evo (1959-), chairman of coca-producers tradeunion, Bolivias President 2006-

More, Thomas (1478-1535), English jurist, philosopher

Motelchiuhtzin, (-1531), Aztec leder, cuauhtlato on behalf of the Spaniards 1525-1531

Motolinía, baptized Toribio de Benavente (1482-1564), Spanish Franciscan monk in Mexico

Muñoz Camargo, Diego (c. 1529-1599), mestizo, translator, chronicler in Mexico

Murra, John Victor (1916-2006), Russian born, US-American anthropologist

Narváez, Pánfilo de (1470-1528), Spanish conquistador who was sent to Mexico for arresting Cortés

Nezahualcoyotl (1402-1472), ruler in Texcoco in Mexico 1429-1472

Nicholas V (1397-1455), Pope 1447-1455

Nielsen, Jesper (1972-) Danish scholar of Indian cultures

Nixon, Richard Milhous (1913-1994), US-American vicepresident 1953-1961 and President 1969-1974

Nun Yax Ayin (Curl Snout) (-439), King in Tikal 378-425

Núñez Vela y Villalba, Blasco (c. 1490-1546), Spanish Viceroy in Peru 1544-1546

Nørretranders, Tor (1955-), Danish science journalist

Obrador, Andrés Manuel López (often called AMLO) (1953-), Mexican politician and President 2018-

Ocaña, Diego de (1565-1608), Spanish monk, writer, painter and explorer in South America

Oehlenschläger, Adam Gottlob (1779-1850), Danish poet and playwright

Oliva, Anello (1574-1642), Italian Jesuit in Peru

Olmos, Andrés de (c. 1485-1571), Spanish Franciscan and chronicler in Mexico

Ondegardo y Zarate, Juan Polo de (c. 1510-1575), Spanish judge and chronicler in Peru

Ortiz Téllez-Giron, María Josefa Cresencia (1768-1829), Mexican rebel

Ovando y Cáceres, Nicolás de (1460-1511), monk and Spanish Governor in Hispaniola

Oviedo y Valdés, Fernández Gonzalo de (1478-1557), Spanish writer, historian and colonizer; although his family name was Fernández, he is referred to as Oviedo

Pachacútec (c. 1410-1471), 9th Sapa Inca 1438-1471, original named Cusi and/or Inca Yupanqui

Pachacuti-yamqui Salcamayhua, Juan de Santa Cruz (c. 1560-c. 1630), Indian chronicler in Peru

Pakal (603-683), King in Palenque 615-683

Paz Lozano, Octavio (1914-1998), Mexican poet, diplomat

Paul III (1468-1549), Pope 1534-1549

Paullu Inca (1518-1549), last puppet-Inca of the spaniards 1536-1549

Paulus (c. 10-67), Christian persecutor, Christian apostle, contributor to the Bible

Pease, Franklin García Yrigoyen (1939-1999), Peruvian historian

Peña Nieto, Enrique (1966-), Mexican jurist and President 2012-2018

Petrarca, Francesco (1304-1374), Italian humanist writer

Philip 2nd  (1527-1598), Spanish King 1556-1598

Philip 3rd  (1578-1621), Spanish King 1598-1621

Piccolomini, Æneas Silvius (1405-1464), writer, Pope Pius II

Pietschmann, Richard (1851-1923), German director of university library and publisher of written sources from Peru

Pius II (1405-1464), Pope 1458-1464, baptized Æneas Silvius Piccolomini

Pius XII (1876-1958), Pope 1939-1958

Pizarro, Gonzalo (1502-1548), Spanish conquistador in Peru

Pizarro, Francisco (c. 1471-1541), Spanish conquistador, leading the conquest of Peru

Platom (428 BCE.-348 BCE.), Greek philosopher

Poma de Ayala, Felipe Guáman (c. 1535- c. 1616), Indian chronicler

Posada, José Guadalupe (1852-1913), Mexican satirical printmaker

Posadas Ocampo, Juan Jesús (1926-1993), Mexican Archbishop

Posnansky, Arthur (1873-1946), Austrian engineer, director of Bolivias nationalmuseum

Prem, Hanns J. (1941-2014), Austrian/German anthropologist

Prescott, William Hickling (1796-1859), US-American historian

Ptolemæus, Claudius (c. 100-c. 170), Greek geographer

Quetzalcoatl, Topiltzin Ce Acatl (843-895), probably king in Tula 873-895

Quilter, Jeffrey (1949-), US-American anthropologist, museum director

Quiroga, Vasco de (c. 1470-1565), Spanish jurist, Bishop in Mexico

Raimondi, Antonio (1826-1890), Italian geographer

Ramírez, José Fernando (1804-1871), Mexican jurist, historian, politician, publisher of historical sources from Mexico

Ramírez de Fuenleal, Sebastián (c. 1490-1547), Spanish Bishop, president of the Audiencia in Mexico 1530-1535

Ramírez Vázquez, Pedro (1919-2013), Mexican architect

Recinos, Adrián (1886-1962), Guatemaltecan historian

Ricard, Robert (1900-1984), French historian

Riese, Berthold (1944-) German anthropologist

Rivera, Diego (1886-1957), Mexican artist, political activist

Rivet, Paul (1876-1958) French politician, anthropologist, publisher of Felipe Guáman Poma de Ayalas chronicle

Rivero y Ustariz, Mariano Eduardo de (1798-1857), Peruvian scientist, archaeologist

Ronjam, Markus, Peruvian graphic designer

Rostworowski, María (1915-2016), Peruvian historian, museum director

Rothstein, Míkael (1961-), Danish religion historian

Rousseff, Dilma (1947-), Brazilian economist, President 2011-2016

Rowe, John Howland (1918-2004), US-American archaeologist and anthropologist

Ruiz, Bartolomé (c. 1482-1532), Spanish captain

Rulfo, Juan (1917-1986), Mexican writer and photographer

Sahagún, Bernardino de (1499-1590), Spanish Franciscan monk, chronicler in Mexico

Saignes, Miguel Acosta (1908-1989), Venezuelan anthropologist

Salinas de Gortari, Enrique Eduardo (1952-2004), Mexican businessman, brother of Mexicos President

Salinas de Gortari, Carlos (1948-), Mexican economist, President 1988-1994

Salinas de Gortari, Rául (1946-), Mexican engineer, brother of Mexicos President

Sánchez de la Hoz, Pedro (1514-1547), Spanish conquistador, chronicler in Peru

Sandoval, Gonzalo de (1497-1528), Spanish conquistador, major in Vera Cruz and short time Governor in Mexico

San Martín, José de (1778-1850), Argentine general

Santa Anna (1794-1876), Mexican general, President and dictator

Sarmiento de Gamboa, Pedro (1532-1592), Spanish explorer and chronicler in Peru

Sayri Túpac (c. 1535-1561), 15th Sapa Inca, ruled the mini-Incastate in the rainforrest 1544-1560

Schele, Linda (1942-1998), US-American artist, Mayaspecialist

Schelling, Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph (1775-1854), German philosopher

Scherzer, Karl von (1821-1903), Austrian diplomat with Mayainterests

Schjellerup, Inge (1947-), Danish archaeologist and anthropologist

Schulenberg, Guillermo (1916-2009), Mexican abbot at the Basilica of Guadalupe in Mexico City 1963-1996

Seler, Eduard (1849-1922), German anthropologist and philologist

Sepúlveda, Juan Ginés de (1489-1573), Spanish philosopher, theologian

Sinchi Roca, 2nd Sapa Inca c. 1230-1260

Sixtus IV (1414-1484), Pope 1471-1484

Solís Olguín, Felipe R. (1944-2009), Mexican archaeologist and director for Museo Nacional de Antropología in Mexico City

Soto, Hernándo de (1496-1542),Spanish conquistador in Nicaragua, Mexico, Peru, southeastern USA

Spence, Lewis (1874-1955), Scotch journalist, collector of myths

Spearthrower Owl (probably Atlatl Cauac) (-439), ruler in Teotihuacán

Stirling, Matthew Williams (1896-1975), US-American anthropologist and archaeologist

Strabo af Amasia (c. 64 BCE.- c. 24 BCE.), Greek geographer

Subcomandante Marcos (1957-), Mexican philosopher and spokesman for the zapatists, baptized Rafael Sebastián Guillén Vicente. Has also used names like Subcomandante Insurgente Galeano and Delegado Zero

Sumac, Yma (1922-2008), Peruvian singer

Sundby-Sørensen, Merethe (1942-1997), Danish religion historian

Tangáxoan (-1529), Purépechan King

Tapia, Cristóbal de (c. 1480-c.1540), Spanish royal inspector

Taube, Karl Andreas (1957-), US-American archaeologist and anthropologist

Tayatzin (15th century), ruler in Atzcapotzalco in Mexico

Tehuetzquititzin, (-1554), Aztec leder, Gobernador on behalf of the Spaniards 1540-1554

Tello, Julio César (1880-1947), Peruvian archaeologist and director for the antropological museum in Lima

Temer, Michel (1940-), Brazilian lawyer, President 2016-2018

Tezozomoc (c. 1320-1426), ruler in Atzcapotzalco in Mexico c. 1353-1426

Tezozómoc, Hernando de Alvarado (c. 1525-c. 1610), Christian Indian writer in Mexico, Tlatoani Moctezumas grandson

Titu Cusi Yupanqui (c. 1529-1571), 16th Sapa Inca ruled the mini-Incastate in the rainforrest 1563-1571

Tizoc (1436-1486), 7th Tlatoani of the Aztecs 1481-1486

Tlacaelel (1397-1487), Aztec highpriest and minister of war

Tlacotzin, (-1525), Aztec leader on behalf of the Spaniards

Toledo Manrique, Alejandro (1946-), Peruvian economist, President 2001-2006

Toledo, Francisco Álvarez de (1515-1584), Spanish Viceroy in Peru 1569-1581

Toral, Francisco (1502-1571), Spanish Bishop in Mexico

Torquemada, Fray Juan de (c. 1562-1624), Spanish missionary, historian in Mexico

Totoquihuatzin (-1474), Tlatoani in Tacuba in Mexico

Trump, Donald J. (1946-), US-American businessman, President 2017-

Tschohl, Peter (1935-2007), German anthropologist

Tschudi, John James von (1818-1889), Swiss naturalist, writer

Túpac Amaru (1545-1572) 17 th Sapa Inca, ruled the mini-Incastate in the rainforrest 1571-1572

Túpac Amaru 2. (1742-1781), Peruvian rebelleader, baptized José Gabriel Condorcanqui

Túpac Inca Yupanqui (c. 1430-1493), 10th Sapa Inca 1471-1493

Túpac Huallpa (-1533), puppet-Inca for the Spaniards in 1533

Uhle, Max (1856-1944), German archaeologist in Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia and Chile

Urton, Gary (1946-), US-American anthropologist

Ussher, James (1581-1656), Irish Archbishop and historian

Valera, Blas (1545-1597), mestizo, Jesuit, teacher of language in Peru, writer

Valeriano, Antonio (c. 1531-1605), Indian-Mexican Gobernador and writer

Valverde, Vicente de (c. 1498-1541), Spanish Dominican, Perus first Bishop and Protector of the Indians 1538

Vasconcelos Calderón, José (1882-1959), Mexican jurist, writer, minister of education

Vega, Garcilaso de la (1539-1616), mestizo, officer, chronicler on Peru in Spain

Velasco Alvarado, Juan (1910-1977), Peruvian general and President 1968-1975

Velásquez de Cuéllar, Diego (1465-1524), Spanish conquistador, Cubas conqueror and Governor

Vespucci, Amerigo (1454-1512), explorer and cartographer from Florence

Villa, Pancho (1878-1923), Mexican landowner and revolutionary general, baptized José Doroteo Arango Arámbula

Villafaña, Antonio (-1521), Spanish soldier executed for planning murder on Cortés

Viracocha, 8th Sapa Inca 1410-1438

Vitoria, Francisco de (c. 1483-1546), Spanish theologian, philosopher

Vizcarra Cornejo, Martín Alberto (1963-), Peruvian engineer, minister, vicepresident and President 2018-

Wamba (-687), Visigoth King 672-680

Wiener, Charles (1851-1913), Austrian-French Inca scholar

Willerslev, Eske (1971-), Danish geneticist

Wilson, Henry Lane (1857-1932), US-American jurist, ambassador in Mexico 1909-1913

Xeres, Francisco de (1497-1565), Pizarros secretary

Ximénes, Francisco (1666-c. 1729), priest in Chichicastenango in Guatemala 1701-1703

Xochiquentzin, (-1536), Aztec leader, cuauhtlato, on behalf of the Spaniards 1531-1536

Yáhuar Huácac, 7th Sapa Inca c. 1380-1410

Yde, Jens Mathias (1906-1976), Danish anthropologist

Zapata, Emiliano (1879-1919), Mexican revolutionary peasant leader

Zedillo Ponce de León, Ernesto (1951-), Mexican economist, President 1994-2000

Zumárraga, Juan de (1468-1548), Spanish Archbishop in Mexico 1530-1548, inquisitor 1535-1543, Protector of the Indian 1527-1529

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(Names pp. 524-534 in volume 2, reproduced without notes and illustrations):

THE WORLD ACCORDING TO AZTECS AND INCAS: MYTHS AND STORIES FROM MEXICO AND PERU. Edited, translated, retold and commented by Mikael Witte. Volume 1 + Volume 2

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