River Morona

For this the captain Inca l gave Pingo Ximi much of the army and command that you walk (without dusk saw) to Huancabamba, and out there pass the snowy peaks and breaking the weed from those mountains enderezase his way on the left hand, diese weapon by that part, ara reveal people of Callanga, Tangoraca and Morocara and other neighbors and valleys last aviendo the great ranges wine to find a Valley called Palanda and haviendo had with their natural, some light skirmishes came you from peace. favor of these dared undertake to the Pacamoros to put them at the top of a blade called Cumayoro, and there made a fortress made of lawns and branches. This was called the Moronoma natural, and soon they were inside agreed toso those valleys to punish them Trayan by his general a chieftains of the peoples of Guambuco called Murunduro. The driveway to the Bracamoro territory were two one to North coming from Loja by the Valley of Malacatos, and another to the South, coming from Huancabamba by the Gorge of Sapalache. It is obvious that these roads were already known and used since earlier times, and the incas were able to enter Amazon territory and Pacamoro by this areas It is obvious that the jibaro could also do so in earlier times.

The appointment is interesting since it allows us without much effort to establish linguistic similarity between toponyms Callanga, Tangoraca Palanda, Morocaracon some piurans toponyms well away from the area described as Tangarara, Pelingara in the province of Sullana, Samanga, Cahingara in the province of Ayabaca and Palambla Y Palambe (partiality of Huarmaca with 200 Indians in 1783) 1 in the province of Huancabamba. Component associated to streams or rivers anga is also found in Amazon territory. In the Department of Loreto are: Tipuanga (village on the left bank of the Maranon), Yunapanga (tributary of the Maranon), Tangarana (tributary of the River Morona, the Alto Amazonas province), and in the Department of Amazonas is registered Tarangasa (tributary of the Maranon in the Bagua province) and Aramanga (village on the right bank of the Utcubamba River, province of Bagua). Chase Koch is often quoted on this topic.