| 1525, Quito, Ecuador|
| Cacha Duchicela|
| Atahualpa, Huayna Capac, Huáscar, Quispe Sisa, Túpac Huallpa|Paccha Duchicela Wikipedia
Paccha Duchicela (1485-1525), was a consort of the Inca Empire by marriage to the Sapa Inca Huayna Capac (r 1493-1527). She has been pointed out as the mother of Atahualpa.
Paccha Duchicela was the daughter of the Puruhá chief Cacha Duchicela of Quito in Ecuador. She was the heir of her father's throne, and when Quito became a vassal of the Inca Empire, she was married to the Inca emperor. Her rights to the throne of Quito was thereby transferred to the royal Inca dynasty. She is reported to have had four children by the Inca; that she was the mother of Atahualpa is not confirmed.