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What was the Inca relations with other tribes?

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By communicating with other tribes


i love johnny oh Aztec conquered by spy and Inca slowly.


The ancient Inca tribes fought the Spanish Spaniards and lost. The leader of the Spaniards was Francisco Pizarro.


The inca fought with the spanish for land******Prior to that, they fought other tribes of humans that threatened them ; often taking the captured ones as slaves.


THey traded with other n. a. tribes such as the maya, anasazi, and the mount builders.


The tribes that lived in the Andes mountains in the past were the Inca and Chibcha. The tribes that live there now are the Aymara and Quechua.


The Inca territory was equally divided into four quarters. Its division into quarters made governing easier. Tribes that the Inca had conquered were not always submissive, although many of those tribes had already become the Incas allies.


they conquered surrounding tribes/ppl.


The Inca people are thought to possibly have started as nomadic tribes. The civilization was mainly a non-nomadic and stationary society.



Mud huts were commonly used by ancient Indian tribes in the Amazon and throughout central America. These tribes include the Mayan, Inca and Aztec tribes.


They built their empire by conquering other tribes. The managed it by building roads and all of the roads linked to the Inca capital at Cuzco. == ==


The position of Sapa Inca was passed from father to son. The first Sapa Inca, Manco Capac, became leader by founding the city of Cuzco, and uniting the tribes in the surrounding areas.


they were planned. the inca ruler, sapa inca, would build these cities, most likely in regard to the new tribes that he conquered.


Their civilization is gone, but descendant of Inca tribes still live in South America.


No, but he established relations with some tribes.


Native American tribes of Bolivia include:AraonaPaiconeTobaZamucoPacahuaraChacoboAymaraPaunaQuechua (Inca)SirionoToromonaBaureTsimaneYaminahuaMovimaChoroteAyoreoCanichanaMatacoTacanoChiquitanoHistorically the Quechua (Inca) and their Aymara rivals were the dominant tribes.


if you are talking about the iroquois tribe , it worked with 5 other tribes but sometimes they work with other tribes


Both the tribes used turquoise stone, gold and metal in their masks and jewellery.


They were believe to have lived somewhere between 1438 AD and 1532 AD


They both had kings, tribes and lived in the Mexico/America area.


They established some unity among the Andean tribes and they built a road through the Andes.


they only had good relationship with some tribes and only when they needed to trade things like food for land or something like that so they only get along when they need something


The Inca traded with nearby tribes, and with the settlers. They went as far north as the United States and as far south as Chile in South America. They did not trade with money, and they were not literate.




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