Guarionex, meaning "The Brave Noble Lord", was the cacique of the village of Otoao or Utuado in Puerto Rico. Under his leadership, the Caguanas laid siege to the countryside before fighting in the great battle of the Toa with Chiefs Gueybaná, Urayoán and Orocobix, against the Spanish and Sotomayor in 1511. After the battle he was captured and sent to Spain with a boatload of captive intended for slavery. The ship went down en route to Spain. The captives were chained down in the ship.
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