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Battle of Quiapo

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Battle of Quiapo
Part of Arauco War
DateDecember 13, 1558[1]
Location
Result Spanish Victory
Belligerents
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Spanish Empire
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Mapuche
Commanders and leaders
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García Hurtado de Mendoza
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Lemucaguin [2] or Caupolicán the younger [3]
Strength
200[4] 7,000 - 8,000[5]
Casualties and losses
? 300 killed many captured [6]

Battle of Quiapo in the Arauco War was the final battle in the campaign of García Hurtado de Mendoza against the Mapuche under the toqui known as Lemucaguin or Caupolicán the younger. It was fought in Quiapo, Arauco Province, Chile on December 13, 1558.

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References

  1. ^ Jerónimo de Vivar, Crónica del Reino de Chile, Capítulo CXLII
  2. ^ Rosales, Historia general ..., Tomo II, CAPÍTULO XXI
  3. ^ Juan Ignatius Molina, The Geographical, Natural, and Civil History of Chili, Vol II, Book III, Chap. VIII
  4. ^ Vivar, Crónica ..., Capítulo CXLII
  5. ^ "siete mil indios" Vivar, Crónica ..., Capítulo CXLII; "más número de ocho mil indios" Marmolejo, Historia..., Capítulo XXX
  6. ^ Vivar, Crónica ..., Capítulo CXLII; Seven hundred of those captured were executed Marmolejo, Historia..., Capítulo XXX

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