Toqui Lautaro, painting by Pedro Subercaseaux.
Anganamón (cropped)
Probable standard of the Toqui, based on representations.

Anganamón, also known as Ancanamon or Ancanamun, was a prominent war leader of the Mapuche during the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries and a Toqui from (1612 - 1613).

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Anganamón was the first to mount his infantry to keep up with his fast-moving cavalry.

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Toqui Lautaro, painting by Pedro Subercaseaux.

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Statue of Pelantaro in the Site Museum of the Fort of Purén.

Pelantaro

Statue of Pelantaro in the Site Museum of the Fort of Purén.

Pelantaro or Pelantarú (from ) was one of the vice toquis of Paillamachu, the toqui or military leader of the Mapuche people during the Mapuche uprising in 1598.

Pelantaro and his lieutenants Anganamon and Guaiquimilla were credited with the death of the second Spanish Governor of Chile, Martín García Óñez de Loyola, during the Battle of Curalaba on December 21, 1598.