Mama Ocllo articles on Wikipedia
Mama Ocllo
In Inca mythology, Mama Cora Ocllo /ˈɒkjoʊ/, Mama Ocllo, Mama Ogllo, Mama Oello (in Hispanicized spellings), Mama Oella, Mama Oullo, Mama Occlo (spellings
Mar 3rd 2017

Ocllo may refer to: Mama Ocllo, the fertility goddess in Inca religion Palla Chimpu Ocllo (Isabel Suarez Chimpu Ocllo), an Inca princess 475 Ocllo, a small
Aug 25th 2016

Mama Ocllo Coya
Coya-Mama-Ocllo-Coya The Coya Mama Ocllo Coya or only Mama Ocllo (floruit 1493), was a princess and queen consort, Coya, of the Inca Empire by marriage to her brother, the
Aug 19th 2016

Mama Killa
Inti, daughter of Viracocha and mother of Manco Capac and Mama Uqllu (Mama Ocllo), mythical founders of the Inca empire and culture. She was the goddess
May 19th 2017

Mama Uqllu (Bolivia)
Mama Uqllu (hispanicized spelling Mama Occllo, Mama Ocllo, Mama Okllo), also Puntiagudo (Spanish for sharp pointed), is a mountain in the Bolivian Andes
Apr 18th 2017

Lloque Yupanqui
given as Mama Cava, also known as Mama Cahua (Quechua Mama Qawa) or Mama Cora Ocllo. The mother of this king was queen Mama Cura. Although some chronicles
Jan 4th 2017

Mayta Cápac
Cunti Mayta, Queco Avcaylli, and Rocca Yupanqui. Mayta's mother was Mama Cora Ocllo Coya. She died in Cuzco. The chroniclers describe him as a great warrior
Feb 19th 2016

Inca mythology
worshiped as a fire and sun god. In another myth, Manco Capac was sent with Mama Ocllo (others even mention numerous siblings) to Lake Titicaca where they resurfaced
May 18th 2017

Sinchi Roca
of Manco Capac and the father of Lloque Yupanqui. His mother was queen Mama Ocllo (Mama Uqllu), while his wife was Mama Cura, of the lineage Sanu, daughter
Jun 20th 2016

iron-hulled steamship on Lake Titicaca Qoya or coya, queen of the Inca Empire Coya Asarpay (fl. 1533) Coya Cusirimay (fl. 1493) Mama Ocllo Coya (fl. 1493)
Jul 9th 2016

Coya Cusirimay
1493-1527). Coya Cusirimay was the daughter of the Inca Topa Inca Yupanqui and Mama Ocllo Coya, and the full sister of Huayna Capac. After his succession to the
Jul 31st 2016

Manco Cápac
He and his brothers (Ayar Auca, Ayar Cachi and Ayar Uchu) and sisters (Mama Ocllo, Mama Huaco, Mama Raua and Mama Ipacura) lived near Cusco at Paqariq Tampu
May 18th 2017

Topa Inca Yupanqui
to the Qhapaq panaca (one of the clans of Inca nobles). His wife was Mama Ocllo. Peru portal Monarchy portal History portal Biography portal
Apr 26th 2017

Puno Region
Vega, these ancient times coincide with the legend of Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo, who emerged from the waters of Lake Titicaca to found the Inca Empire
May 19th 2017

Inca (video game)
The directions will lead him to the statues of the "Founders of Huaca", Mama Ocllo and Manco Capac, who will give him the Jewel of Time. On his way back
Mar 12th 2017

to an ancient myth, Inti taught his son Manco Capac and his daughter Mama Ocllo the arts of civilization and they were sent to earth to pass this. Another
Apr 5th 2017

Tourism in Bolivia
Incas and birthplace of the founders of the Inca Empire, Manco Capac and Isla Mama Ocllo The Isla de la Luna, another sacred place of the Incas near the Isla del
Jan 30th 2017

History of the Incas
Capac. In another origin myth the sun god Inti ordered Manco Capac and Mama Ocllo to emerge from the depths of Lake Titicaca and found the city of Cuzco
May 17th 2017

List of fertility deities
the goddess of the moon, the menstrual cycle, and a protector of women Mama Ocllo, mother goddess, associated with fertility Sara Mama, goddess of grain
May 18th 2017

Inca Empire
were: Ayar Manco, Ayar Cachi, Ayar Awqa (Ayar Auca) and Ayar Uchu; and Mama Ocllo, Mama Raua, Mama Huaco and Mama Qura (Mama Cora). Out of the side caves
May 8th 2017

Huayna Capac
Yupanqui, General Atoc, Paullu Inca, and Quispe Sisa, and others Quechua Wayna Qhapaq Dynasty Hanan Father Topa Inca Yupanqui Mother Mama Ocllo Coya
Mar 30th 2017

Pachamama, the supreme Mother Earth, Mama Killa, a moon goddess, and Mama Ocllo, a fertility goddess. The main goddesses in the Maya pantheon were Ixchel
May 23rd 2017

Quechuan languages
a Spanish-based orthography. Examples Inca, Huayna Capac, Collasuyo, Mama Ocllo, Viracocha, quipu, tambo, condor. That orthography is the most familiar
May 23rd 2017

Textiles in mythology and folklore
glorious Goths, Eormanric, the cruel troth-breaker..." In Inca mythology, Mama Ocllo first taught women the art of spinning thread. See also: The Weaver Girl
Nov 26th 2016

Themes in Avatar
comparing it to the birth of Jesus Christ, Krishna, Manco Capac, and Mama Ocllo and drew parallels between the deity Eywa of Pandora and the goddess Pachamama
Feb 25th 2017

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