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Who did the Inca fight?

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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.
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The Sapa Inca was on the top of the Inca society.


Inca means people of the sun The Inca got their name from the rulers who were called 'Inca' also


Inca ContributionsThe main contribution of the Inca was in architecture.


Amautas, were the tutors to the Inca nobility


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We do not have first-hand information from the Inca people about the beginnings of their empire because the Inca did not have a written language. People who study the Inca civilization have pieced together information from different sources. They believe that the Inca people started living in the Cuzco Valley in A.D. 1100. By the early 1400s, the Inca empire still reached only 20 miles beyond the capital city of Cuzco. Rulers Viracocha Inca, and later his son, Pachacuti Inca, increased the size of the Inca empire through conquest. From the 1400s to the early 1500s, the empire grew and developed. After a civil war in the Inca empire, the triumphant ruler Atahualpa agreed to meet with a Spanish explorer named Francisco Pizarro. This was in the year 1532. Instead of the peaceful meeting Atahualpa expected, the Spaniards took him captive. Atahualpa tried to meet the Spaniards' demands for silver and gold, but he was killed in 1533. The Inca army fought the Spaniards but lost the war in 1536. Inca warriors continued to fight the Spaniards. When the last Inca leader was killed in 1572, the Inca empire was officially over. Like the Aztecs, many inhabitants of the Inca empire died as a result of the diseases the explorers unknowingly brought with them. The Spaniards forced the Inca to convert to Christianity.


The Inca Empire (aka Sapa Inca) ruled armies and the Inca Civilization.


The emperor of Inca was called Sapa Inca, which means "sole ruler".


Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui was the Inca leader that greatly expanded the Inca empire. Machu Picchu was built for him as a palace.


The Inca received baby animals to fatten and then slaughtered so the Inca can eat.


That is the correct spelling of the proper noun "Inca" for the Inca, Incas, or Incan people of Peru.


The sons of Inca nobles tutors were called Amataus.


The Inca ruler that expanded the Inca army was Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui. After defeating the Chankas, Pachacuti rebuilt much of Cusco. It is believed that Machu Picchuwas built as his palace.


Inca is located in Cuzco, which is in Peru.


The top man was the Sapa Inca.


the inca built the roads


When did Pizarro conquer the inca


the Inca worshiped by sacrificing hunans


inca are from puru and aztecs are from mexico.



This is an easy one, the Inca ruled the Inca Empire. He was also considered son of the sun (Inti) the most important god to the Inca people


The Inca empire was based in what is now known as Peru. The Inca empire was in the Pre Colombian civilization.


The Inca civilization still lives. They lost to the Spanish but there are still people of Inca descent.


The Spanish were able to defeat the Inca because of there new weapons and their support from Inca rivals.


an inca tribe conflict would be when the spanish took over the inca empire



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