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INCAS by Mind Map: INCAS

1. The Inca architectural development allowed them to build their own houses, temples, aqueducts, palaces and forts of great proportion and strength.

2. The Inca architectural development allowed them to build their own houses, temples, aqueducts, palaces and forts of great proportio

3. The Incas, like the Aztecs, had their decline precipitated by the arrival of the Spanish. When the Spaniards arrived in the lands of the Incas, they found the empire divided between the two sons of Huayna Capac, the last Sapa Inca, who had died around 1525 or 1527

4. The Incas were a pre-Columbian civilization that developed in Cusco (present-day Peru) and was responsible for extending their gigantic empire throughout the Andean region. The Incas were a pre-Columbian civilization that settled in the Andean region and formed, from 1438, a powerful empire.

5. Inca Empire was a state created by the Inca civilization, the result of a succession of Andean civilizations and which became the largest empire in pre-Columbian America.

6. Although the Incas were the largest pre-Columbian American empire, they did not have a written language. Because there are no written records, estimates of the size of the Inca population vary. It is estimated that the Inca population had between 4 and 40 million people.

7. Although the Incas were the largest pre-Columbian American empire, they did not have a written language. Because there are no written records, estimates of the size of the Inca population vary. It is estimated that the Inca population had between 4 and 40 million people.

8. The Inca civilization and many civilizations in the world believed in life after death, being that death is the extension of earthly life, therefore, the dead were buried with objects that could meet their own needs of the living. That is why the sovereign dead were preserved by the clans, and treated as if they had life

9. This people was conquered by the Spaniards in the 16th century. The Incas were an important pre-Columbian civilization that developed a vast empire in the Andean region. The Inca Empire extended over territories that currently correspond to the part of Colombia to the north of Chile and Argentina.

10. The Incas lived approximately from 3000 BC to 1500 AD in Peru, Chile, Bolivia and Ecuador, more specifically in the Andes. ... The capital of the Inca Empire was called Cuzco, and there was the largest temple of worship to the sun god, the main god of the Inca religion

11. They built great cities, according to a rectangular plan, with great stone walls. In Cuzco, the Incas became more powerful. Manco's son Sinchi Roca, like his father, ruled half of Cuzco and did nothing to make the family more powerful.

12. at the base of the social organization, came the artisans - carpenters, goldsmiths and masons - and the great popular mass, made up of simple rural families, who took care of the cattle or cultivated the land. The herds of the empire were basically made up of llamas, alpacas and vicuñas, animals typical of the Andean region. The main agricultural products, which formed the basis of food, were maize, beans and potatoes.

13. Architecture was an essential element of Inca culture. The buildings were erected with precise and detailed techniques.

14. The Inca architectural development allowed them to build their own houses, temples, aqueducts, palaces and forts of great proportion and strength.