Inca rulers and royal corporations

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Inca rulers and royal corporations
Inca name Spanish spelling panaca (royal corporation)
Manqo Qhapaq Manco Capac Chima
Zinchi Roq'a Sinchi Roca Rawra
Lloq'e Yupanki Lloque Yupanqui 'Awayni
Mayta Qhapaq Mayta Capac 'Uska Mayta
Qhapaq Yupanki Capac Yupanqui 'Apu Mayta
'Inka Roq'a 'Inka Inca Roca Wika-k'iraw
Yawar Waqaq Yahuar Huacac 'Awqaylli
Wiraqocha 'Inka Viracocha Inca Zukzu
'Inka 'Urqon Inca Urcon none
Pachakuti 'Inka Yupanki (1438–71) Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui 'Iñaqa
Thupa 'Inka Yupanki (1471–93) Topa Inca Yupanqui Qhapaq
Wayna Qhapaq (1493–1525) Huayna Capac Tumipampa
Washkar 'Inka (1525–32) Huascar Washkar
'Ataw Wallpa 'Inka (1532–33) Atahuallpa none
Thupa Wallpa (1533) Topa Huallpa none
Manqo 'Inka Yupanki (1533–45) Manco Inca Yupanqui none (?)
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