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COLLIPULLE (call-ye-pull'-ye), Araucanian cacique, born early in the 16th century; died in 1576. When still very young he was appointed generalissimo of the Indian army of Chili, in 1564, after the death of its leader, the cacique Antigueun. In August of the same year he fought as a chief at the battle of Mariguena, and assisted in the defeat of the Spanish army commanded by a son of Villagran. From 1565 till 1568 he had many encounters with the Spaniards, in 1569 besieged unsuccessfully the City of Valdivia, and in 1576 planned and fought three important battles at Canete, Vil-larrica, and the banks of the Biobio, where he was killed. Collipulle was seven feet in height, and famous for his extraordinary strength.
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