Why Is The Incas So Important To The Aeneid?

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“According to some versions of their origin myths, they were created by the sun god, Inti. The Incas first appeared in the Andes region during the 12th century A.D. and gradually built a massive kingdom through the military strength of their emperors.” Andes is now southeastern Peru. Royalty had played a part in their lives too. They were also big on building. The Incas were smart but in some categories more than others. First royalty for the Incas was interesting. To start well kings would wear their cloths once and then burn them. “The Incas tested their kids to see whether they should go on to learn a trade or if they should become administrators and upper class nobility.” As a result you were either born royal or not. The Incas used…show more content…
Especially their suspension bridges. Their suspension bridges are rebuilt every year. At one point there was over 200 bridges but now only one remains. The Incas constructed buildings without mortar. “The fortress, the walls, and the galleries were all built of stone, the heavy blocks of which were not laid in regular courses, but so disposed that the small ones might fill up the interstices between the great.” That had to have been a lot of stone which means a lot of weight . The Incas were very smart people however just like all people the weren’t perfect. For example although they were one of the largest american empires they didn’t have a written language. Not having the meant that if a message was to be delivered then the receiver would have to memorize the message given. Even though they had negatives parts in life they had their pros in life to such as building. “The Incas were master builders. They had well-developed roads that connected the different territories of the empire.” “According to some versions of their origin myths, they were created by the sun god, Inti. The Incas first appeared in the Andes region during the 12th century A.D. and gradually built a massive kingdom through the military strength of their
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