Mostly disease that the Incas were not used to killed them. Also, the Naval training and the horses helped defeat them. Think about it, if you were up on a horse with a steel sword, you could easily stab many people that were on the ground. The way the Spanish rode the horse with one hand on the saddle helped them use the sword properly. This question is no doubt one of the most challenging questions of history. Many people have spent many years on this one question.
How were the inca to conquer such a vast empire
Pizarro was the first Spanish explorer to reach Peru and conquer the Inca Empire.
Pizarro conquered the Inca empire around 1537.
Guns, germs, and steel were the most powerful implements in the Spanish conquering arsenal.
To expand their empire, wealth, power, and religion!
They were conquered after the Inca
Because the Spanish government was getting weak and was running out of wealth so they needed to expand and conquer. To Restore power and control to their empire.
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Spanish took control of the Inca empire
The Inca empire fell when the spanish councourd them
Around 1537 :)
The Spanish Conquistadors destroyed the Inca.
The Purhepecha state, the Mexica, some small Maya states, various principalities in Central America, The Inca empire...
they didn't really but they were able to defat them because of technology, geology, and disease.
What helped the Inca control its large empire
Aztec and Inca.
by capturing and killing their leader, Atahualapa
The spanish conquered the Inca and Aztec empires in America.
Francisco Pizarro was the Spanish Conquistador who overthrew the Inca Empire. The Spanish conquest of Inca Empire was an important campaign in the Spanish colonization of the Americas.Spanish soldiers, under the command of Francisco Pizarro, conquered the Incas after a victories battle, known as the Battle of Cajamarca in 1532. After decades, the fighting ended in Spanish victory and the conquest of the Inca Empire.
The Inca empire was destroyed by the Spanish. They invaded because they wanted the Incas goods. To the Incas the Spanish were simply invaders.