Conqueror of German origin born around and died in which was representative of the family Ehinger (last name, deformed by the chro. Ambrosio Alfinger — Maracaibo. Francisco Pizarro — Piura. Pedro de Heredia — Cartagena and Tolu. Francisco Pizarro — Arequipa. Sebastian. Ambrosius Ehinger (en espagnol Ambrosio Alfinger ou Ambrosio Ehinger) ( ?), fut un explorateur et conquistador allemand de territoires.

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Ambrosius Ehinger

There the expedition rested about 3 months, then it continued south, where they met fierce resistance ambrrosio the indigenous tribes, so they turned east, along the Lebrija River. Seekers of El Dorado.

He was to conquer the country at his own expense, enlist only Spanish and Flemish troops, fit out two expeditions of four vessels, and build two cities and three forts within two years after taking possession. The expedition returned without him to Coro. You can copy, modify, distribute and perform the work, even for commercial purposes, all without asking permission.

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This page was last edited on 25 Novemberat Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 4. He was the head of the banking-firm of Welser Brothers, who claimed descent from the Byzantine general Belisarius. The following other wikis use this file: Summary [ edit ] Description Box Ambrosio remains Alfinger. Goldmann Authority control GND: As the country was reputed to contain gold-mines, he later obtained permission to send out German miners.


Ehinger received a poisoned arrow in the neck. Views Read Edit View history. The timestamp is only as accurate as the clock in the camera, and it may be completely wrong. Retrieved from ” https: During this expedition they were forced to eat their horses and dogs, and lost most of their Indian allies, many dying from the cold as they crossed the mountains. The person who associated a work with this deed has dedicated the work to the public domain by waiving all of his or her rights to the work worldwide under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights, to the extent allowed by law.

Ehinger ambrosuo a factor in Madrid for the Welser banking family when they began planning for ambroslo colonization of New Granada.

Views View Edit History. Retrieved from ” https: His enterprise has been commended by many writers, and is eulogized by Henry Ternaux-Compans in his collection, but it was detrimental to the interests of the banker, whose losses in his colonization schemes were estimated to reach the sum of 3, florins. Ehinger came down with malaria and decided to recuperate in the relatively civilized comforts of Hispaniolaso he handed temporary authority over to Federmann on July 30, alfingger If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.


After Speier’s death in the alfiner of Spain claimed the right to appoint the governor, and finally, inCharles V. This file is made available under the Creative Commons CC0 1.

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As they made their way home, they were attacked by the Chitareros on May 27, In August Ehinger made his first expedition to Lake Maracaibo which was bitterly opposed by the indigenous people, the Coquivacoa.

Welser’s banking-house still exists, as does also the old family mansion, which is one of the curiosities of the city of Augsburg.

Box Ambrosio remains Alfinger. They possessed great riches, and Bartholomeus was created a prince of the empire and made privy councillor to the emperor, to whom he lent large sums, for the repayment anbrosio which he was granted, inthe newly discovered province of Venezuela.

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