Compare And Contrast Inca And A Native American Tribe

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This type of stuff can be really awesome. Being a great person is always spectacular There are many differences between the Inca, an ancient population of Peru, and the Hopewell, a Native American tribe of Indiana. Their nutrition was varied, due to the climates they inhabited, and the tools and clothing they made were diverse of each other. The foods of the two tribes were individual to the tribe itself. The Inca hunted small animals,such as deer, birds, frogs, and ducks. Inca women and children would go out and gather oca, achira, and arracacha. Maize, potatoes, beans, quinoa, and peppers were very important to Inca cuisine. Potatoes were most likely the most important food for the Inca. To plant the crops, the Inca used terrace farming. This is where areas of land on a hill or mountain are leveled out flat, making the hill or mountainside look like a stair step. Irrigation was relied upon for watering the crops. Amaranth was used in religious ceremonies, but was banned after the Spaniards conquered this region. The Hopewell had many ways of getting …show more content…

They used stone and bronze chisels. Tlachtli was a game played by the Inca. The losing team was sacrificed to the gods, as in Aztec religion. Artifacts were made out of clay pottery, gold, and other precious metals. The Inca used slingshots, arrows, and short spears for weapons. Clothes were usually of warmer style and were layered. They were made from rough woven or knitted textiles. The higher the Inca citizen's social position, the nicer the clothes, as in most cultures. The Hopewell built mounds to use as ceremonial grounds. They burried their members in these mounds and used them for worship. They made weapons out of chipped stone, bone, antler tips, or flint. The Hopewell made pottery rings, ear spools from copper and stone, and copper headpieces. The Hopewell also used rough woven textiles for

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