Artemia Quispe Villaverde

1927–13 December 1995 (Age 68)
Colta, Paucar del Sara Sara, Ayacucho, Peru

The Life of Artemia

Artemia Quispe Villaverde was born in 1927, in Colta, Paucar del Sara Sara, Ayacucho, Peru as the daughter of Cecilio Quispe Vara and Aquelina Villaverde Sandoval. She died on 13 December 1995, in Lima, Lima, Peru, at the age of 68.

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Cecilio Quispe Vara
Aquelina Villaverde Sandoval
Flora Quispe Villaverde
Artemia Quispe Villaverde
Juliàn Quispe Villaverde
Daniel Quispe Villaverde

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World Events (4)


Age 2

Chile returned Tacna to Peru.

Age 48

Quechua, the language of the Inca, was made an official language along with Spanish of Peru.

Age 54

Peru fights border war with Ecuador over Cordillera del Condor, which a 1942 protocol had given to Peru.

Name Meaning

Aymara (or possibly also Quechua): Castilianized variant of Qhispi, most probably a nickname from Aymara qhispi ‘glass’, ‘precious stone’ (or from Quechua qhispi umiña ‘diamond’). This name is mainly found in Bolivia and Peru.

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

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