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List of Heads of State of Peru (Vicuña of the East)

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The Sapa Inka also known as Apu (Divinity), Inka Qhapaq (mighty Inka), or simply Sapa ("great one") is the current head of state of Peru. The Sapa Inka is traditionally elected for life by the Peruvian Thing. The royalty was only broken by a period from 1854 to 1954, when it was replaced by a presidential state. The hereditary tradition ended in 1854 with the resignation of the last descendant of Manqu Qhapaq.

First dynasty

The dynasty was supposedly founded by Manqu Qhapaq, considered the son of the sun god Inti. At the time it was known as the Kingdom of Cuzco. The first dynasty had a fairly sophisticated court and established the foundations of today's Peru.

Sapa Inka Picture Birth Death
Manqu Qhapaq
1197 – 1231
100px Considered the son of
the sun god Inti
1231
Sintji Ruq'a
1231 – 1260
100px son of Manqu Qhapaq 1260
Ljuq'i Jupanki
1260 – 1294
100px son of Sintji Ruq'a 1294
Magta Qhapaq
c. 1294 – 1323
100px son of Ljuq'i Jupanki 1323
Qhapaq Jupanki
c. 1323 – 1350
100px son of Magta Qhapaq 1350

Second dynasty

Sapa Inka Picture Birth Life
Inka Ruq'a
1350 – 1378
100px son of Qhapac Jupanki 1318 - 1378
Javar Vaqaq
1378 – 1413
100px son of Inka Ruq'a 1342 - 1413
Viraqutja
1413 – 1438
100px son of Javar Vaqaq 1380 - 1438
Patjakutiq
1438 – 1471
100px son of Viraqutja 1402 - 1471
Tupaq Inka Jupanki
1471 – 1493
100px son of Patjakutiq 1440 - 1493
Vagna Qhapaq
1493 – 1546
100px son of Tupaq Inka Jupanki 1467 - 1546
Ninan Kujutji
1546 - 1575
100px son of Vagna Qhapaq 1490 - 1575
Ljuq'i Q'aqja
1575 – 1594
100px son of Ninan Kujutji 1530 - 1594
Vagna Jupanki
1594 - 1596
100px son of Lluq'i Q'aqja 1553 - 1596
Uljqu Valjpa
1596 - 1629
100px son of Vagna Jupanki 1578 - 1629
Manqu Inka
1629 – 1650
100px son of Uljqu Valjpa 1599 - 1650
Kusi Kutjug
1650 - 1680
100px son of Manqu Inka 1623 - 1680

Third dynasty

Sapa Inka Picture Birth Life
Matjapu Vaman
1680 - 1732
100px son of Kusi Kutjug 1661 - 1732
Inti Jupanki
1732 - 1746
100px son of Matjapu Vaman 1698 - 1746
Katari
1746 - 1781
100px son of Inti Jupanki 1724 - 1781
Qhapaq Auki
1781 - 1805
100px son of Katari 1756 - 1805
Aglju Tjanin
1805 - 1854
100px son of Qhapaq Auki 1777 - 1859

Presidents of the Republic

President Picture Birth Life
Sintji Injig
1854 - 1875
100px seized power in a coup d'état 1793 - 1881
Tupaq Ljunp'aq
1875 - 1885
100px first democratically elected president 1840 - 1914
Mujuq Titu
1885 - 1890
100px great-grandson of Katari Inka 1834 - 1911
Tupaq Lloq'i
1895 - 1903
100px 1850 - 1903
Kuntur Qhapaq
1903 - 1915
100px youngest head of state of Peru
Vice President to Tupaq Lloq'i
1868 - 1939
Atuq Ruq'a
1915 - 1920
100px 1861 - 1926
Inti Rimatji
1920 - 1925
100px 1865 - 1926
Qullakantji
1925 - 1930
100px 1885 - 1943
Magta Vaman
1930 - 1940
100px first and only Inka of European (Portuguese) descent 1882 - 1949
Titu Kusi
1940 - 1948
100px 1897 - 1956

Communist State

President Picture Birth Death
Puka Tj'uja
1948 - 1954
100px seized power in a coup d'état 1911 - 1969

Electorate Monarchy

Sapa Inka Picture Birth Death
Satja Tjanin
1954 - 1971
100px first elected monarch in Peru
first Japanese Sapa Inka
1897 - 1971
Kusi Avqalji
1971 - 2000
100px 1920 - 2000
Sintji Kusi
2000 -
100px 1960 -

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