The Inka kings

According to legend, Inka Manco Qhapaq and/or Inkarrí were the first Inka kings of the Inka dynasty, which ended about 300 years later with the deaths of Huascar and Atahuallpa.

1200 – 1228 Manco Qhapaq / Inkarrí
1228 – 1258 Sinchi Roq’a
1258 – 1288 Lloq’e Yupanki
1288 – 1318 Mayta Qhapaq
1318 – 1348 Qhapaq Yupanki
1348 – 1378 Inka Roq’a
1378 – 1408 Yawar Waqaq
1408 – 1438 Hatun Topa / Wiraqocha Inka After his encounter with the metaphysical God on the mountain of Wiraqochan, he renamed himself Wiraqocha Inka
1438 – 1438 Urko Chosen by Wiraqocha Inka as his successor while he was still alive, Urko had to cede his throne to Titu Kusi when Titu Kusi became enlightened and was appointed as a result
1438 – 1471 Titu Kusi / Pachakuti Inka Yupanki After his victory over the Chankas and subsequently initiating fundamental changes in state and religion he renamed himself Pachakuti Inka (Pachakuti in Qechua language means “fundamental change”)
1471 – 1493 Topa Inka
1493 – 1527 Wayna Qhapaq
1527 – 1527 Ninan Kuyuchi Already chosen as the next Inka while his father, Wayna Qhapaq, was still alive. Like his father, however, he died suddenly  of smallpox and the unresolved question of succession sparked the fratricidal war between Huascar and Atahuallpa
1527 – 1532 Huascar
1532 – 1533 Atahuallpa
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