The Inca empire was able to conquer the known world in their time. The reason why was when they would conquer someone or someplace they let the people keep their way of life before they came, and only asked for a tribute or tax and teach the language of the empire.
It was in a rainforest and the cities were like big temples and pyramids and small houses. Their time periods and capitals were Pre, Golden, post and the capital was chichen itza. The Aztec’s location was located a bit above the Mayan empire. The Aztecs lived in a rain forest to. The city's were near water and were sometimes on water. Their time periods and capital were Pre and golden and the capital was tenochtitlan. Last but not least the Inca’s location was located in south america in what is now chile and columbia. It was humid and there were lots of mountains. Their time periods were the same as
The Aztecs social structure consisted of a nobility, indentured workers, slaves, and commoners. The male children born into noble families were sent to temples where they were taught them how to work, military training, and they learned about the Aztec society and religion. When the young male children became adults, they would select a career
Incas: The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-columbian America. The Incas believed that they were created by the Sun God and they
One of the things that make the Inca different from the Aztecs is the location that the empire is located in .The Inca people were located in modern day Peru, the capital of Cusco. The place that they were located is nicknamed the “lost city”. The place was called the lost city because the city was never found by the Spanish invaders when they conquered the Inca in the 1500’s. By the early 1500’s the Inca people were located 200 miles north to
Imperialism is the policy of extending the rule or authority of an empire or nation over foreign countries or of acquiring and holding colonies and dependencies (Google, 2017). Drastic changes occurred to a variety of nation-states and cultures after imperialistic nations extended their control. This essay will highlight the influence of the Spanish on the Incas’ religion, trade and culture
Unlike with the Incan civilization, the Aztec had social classes that started with having the king on top, then priests, followed by nobles then merchants, artisans and finally came the farmers and slaves. This system was easier to manage because the total population was around 5 million. Therefore, they didn’t have enough slaves that would rebel and cause problems. They also had people distributed among more classes. The society in the Incan empire was more organized than the Aztec. They had social records along with census data. They taught officials in the government how to read and write. The families were grouped together in communities called Ayllu. The members worked together in farming. Unlike The Aztec, which had a variety of jobs other than farming like traders, merchants, and artists, the Incan society was more dedicated to one job. They were able to produce a successful government system that benefitted the society at that
The incas technology was The quipu,it was a crafted tool that was used as a communication system in the Incan civilization.They used the sun temples to study the positions of the sun, the moon, and the planet Venus. The sun temples were a scientific advance in the Incan civilization. The Mayans One by one, the cities in the southern lowlands were abandoned, Maya civilization was that region had collapsed. The reason for this mysterious.Between 1517 and 1519, the Aztec city of Tenochtitlan had an earthquake. Lake Texcoco had flooded the capital city.. After some brief and violent contact in 1517, a Spanish force under Hernan Cortes arrived in 1519 to completely subjugate the Aztecs. After war and disease swept the empire, it fell in 1521.The Incas were a well civilized race,. The man who conquered this fierce tribe was Pizarro.. Before Pizarro arrived a great civil war had occurred, leaving the Inca military weak, which made it easy for Pizarro to destroy them Pizarro ordered that his body be dismembered to stop any further inca resistance.The incas bribed Pizarro with a room filled with gold for Atahualpa, however once Pizarro received it he still ordered that Atahualpa to be
The Inca Empire was located in the Andes Mountain range on the western side of South America. Mountains separated coastal desert and jungle and were natural barriers that kept enemies out. As the Inca Empire expanded their realm their population grew which created more stable system of government and agriculture. Worked with rough and steep terrain and made farming developments such as terraces to work with the land they inhabited. There were two types of land, sandy plateaus and wetlands made a harsh environment for crops.
A1: Okonkwo’s father, Unoka, influenced Okonkwo’s life because he had been a failure in life. Unoka was a lazy and improvident debtor. In his youth he lived a carefree life and would visit different villages and market to play on his flute and feast. However, Unoka the grown-up was a failure. He was very poor and was constantly in debt, which means that his wife and children (including Okonkwo) didn’t have much to eat. Unoka was very feminine, having a love for music and a hate for wars and blood. He died ten years ago, still a failure who had no titles and was still in debt. Ashamed of his deceased father, Okonkwo has become the complete opposite of his father. He is famous for
The Inca society consisted of what ayllus, clans of families who lived and worked together, where each allyu was supervised by a curaca or chief. These families lived in thatched-roof houses made of stones and mud. Inca society was made up of ayllus, which were clans of families who lived and worked together. Each allyu was supervised by a curaca or chief.
The Incas cliff dwellings were large and their vast ream contained over 123 million people. Their buildings were 3 miles or more above sea level this made the oxygen level less which was said in “Source 3 Paragraph 1”. Yet with that difficulty the Incas built a great civilization and grew into something huge, the Inca empire stretched more than 2,500 miles from what is now northern Ecuador to central Chile which was stated in “Source 3 Paragraph 2”. There was Machu picchu which had earned the nickname of the lost city city since untill Hiram Bingham discovered it in 1911 while on a expedition. We still don’t know why Sapa Inca( Inca leader at the time) ordered it to be built but it turned out to be spectacular. The information above was cited from the article “The Four Quarters of the
The Aztec people dominated the 14th through 16th century Mesoamerica. They are one of the most noted cultures recognized in history books today and they deserve as much recognition for their accomplishments and errors as much as any other civilization because their works were much the same. Their religious practices were similar to that of the ancient civilizations throughout the entire world. The magnificent capital, Tenochtitlan, displays accomplishments other cities had achieved thousands of years before the Aztecs marched through what is now Mexico. Even the fall of their empire was like that of the far away Celtic civilization and countless others.
Upon arrival, Almagro and Pizarro found that modern day Peru was ruled by the mighty Inca Empire. The native Incas were a very wealthy people and possessed a lot of gold, something that the Spaniards desperately wanted. The civilization was quite large with a population of roughly ten million people. However, despite their large numbers, the Incas fell at the hands of the conquistadors over the course of three years. There were an extremely small number of natives left after Spain took over the empire. Soon after the land had been won, Diego de Almagro established Cuzco as the first capital of Peru. However, Pizarro desired to create a different capital, in a city known as Lima, which is the modern day capital of Peru. This created a spark of enmity between the two explorers and Pizarro’s two brothers who assisted in the exploration. The Pizarros and Almagro went their separate ways for a time, each working on building up their cities with citizens and government systems. Soon enough, Almagro was declared the governor of Cuzco, but not before King Charles I of Spain asked him to lead an expedition down to Chile in search of