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    Janos Gyarmati’s Paria la Viexa and an expanding empire: Provincial centers in the political economy of the Inka Empire proved that the Inca’s built an empire unlike another. From 1440 to 1532 A.D. the Inca Empire dominated the Americas. Known as “the fastest growing and largest territorial empire”(Gyarmati 37) of its time the Inca Empire left a mark with their complex, perpetual and innovative economic, road, and settlement system. The Inca’s were advanced for their time, however they lacked a system

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    The Inca Empire

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    formed the Inca civilization. In 1200c.e their leader Manco Capac and his family inhabited and built the civilization into a small city-state over time. Many years after Capac’s death in 1438c.e, Pachacuti presumed leadership as emperor of the Inca people. Although Capac laid a successful foundation, Pachacuti felt that it was essential to expand Inca influence outward. He began uniting neighboring tribes with his people into one community all under the Inca civilization. The Inca Empire grew into

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    civilization, throughout the Macedonian empire, ranged as far east as northern India and as far south and west as Egypt. Then Romans were the rulers of the whole area from Constantinopole, to Palestine and North Africa to Britain. After centuries, the Vikings, people from what is now Norway, Sweden, and Denmark, established colonies in northern France, Sicily, England, and Ireland. During the 13th century AD, Mongols created a vast empire in Central Asia and the Mongol Empire controlled the expanse of territory

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    The Inca Empire, the massive nation that extended 2,500 miles along the western coast of South America and had a population of over 7 million at its peak. It included all of what is now Ecuador and Peru and most of Chile. Known as “The Children of the Sun”, they excelled at craftsmanship, weaving, and culture (“Children of the Sun”). A very religious people, they worshiped the Sun as their supreme god and held religious festivals monthly to appease these gods. Although they did not value it aside

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    the Americas, the Inca was one of a kind. Starting out in the highlands of the Andes mountain range, the empire spread across modern day Ecuador, Peru, Chile, Argentina, and Bolivia for a total length of 2600 miles. At its peek the Inca Empire was the largest nation on Earth and remains the largest native state to have existed in the western hemisphere. The obtaining of such large area of land was no small feat nor was the government that managed it. Understanding how such an empire rose, ruled, and

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    The Inca Empire Janos Gyarmati’s Paria la Viexa and an expanding empire: Provincial centers in the political economy of the Inka Empire proved that the Inca’s built an empire unlike another. From 1440 to 1532 A.D. the Inca Empire dominated the Americas. Known as “the fastest growing and largest territorial empire”(Gyarmati 37) of its time the Inca Empire left a mark with their complex, perpetual and innovative economic, road, and settlement system. The Inca’s were advanced for their time, however

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    Empires in the New World: Aztec and Inca

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    1) Explain and compare the conquest of the Inca and the Aztec empires. The Aztec were the most powerful political force in Mesoamerica . The Aztec were forceful, strategic and powerful. They had many Native Americans that made up the Aztecs. The main two groups of people that comprised the Aztecs were the Mexica and the Nahuatl-speakers. Politically, socially and economically, the Aztecs were strong and prominent. This is what helped them stay in power for so long, but also eventually led to their

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    The Aztec and Incan Empire, two very important empires in history and in the americas. The Aztec Empire, probably the greatest empire in mesoamerican history. The Incan civilization, another great dominant empire, who conquered many tribes. But, these two empires were to be brought down and conquered by something called the Spanish Conquest. The Spanish conquest in the americas was based in two empires. The Aztec and the Incas. This had a significant impact on the Spanish conquest, and the conquest

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    The Rise, Fall and Religion of the Inca Empire The title "Inca Empire" was given by the Spanish to a Quechuan-speaking Native American population that established a vast empire in the Andes Mountains of South America shortly before its conquest by Europeans. The ancestral roots of this empire began in the Cuzco valley of highland Peru around 1100 AD. The empire was relatively small until the imperialistic rule of emperor Pachacuti around 1438. Pachacuti began a systematic conquest of the surrounding

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    The Fall of the Aztec and Inca Empires In this essay I will tell how the Aztec and Inca empires ended, and also I will compare the fall of both empires, using for a point of departure the arrival of the Spanish conquistadors in the land of Mexico. Wherever the Spanish went always the same thing happened, from my point of view. Innocent people were killed for no good reason, cities were massacred, civilizations were destroyed or forced to convert to Christianity. And so, I think now is the

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