Who Did The Incas Fight?

In the year 1532, at the Battle of Cajamarca, 168 Spanish soldiers under the command of the explorer Francisco Pizarro, his brothers, and their indigenous allies successfully captured the Sapa Inca Atahualpa. This victory came after years of preceding exploration and military engagements. The invasion of the Inca Empire by the Spanish. Date 1532–1572 Territorial
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There are a lot of interesting things to learn about the Aztecs. They did not refer to themselves as Aztecs at the time. The name Aztec means ″people from Aztlan,″ which is the name of the Aztecs’ fabled ancestral city Racquetball courts have been built on top of several of its old ruins. Archaeologists have
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The common populace quickly accepted Spanish control as ″what was done″ after the destruction of their royal family and the center of their religious practice. This resulted in local aid, which, when combined with external causes, enabled the Spanish to totally overrun the area by 1572, thereby bringing the Inca Empire to an end. What
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It is the year 1532, and a group of conquistadors led by Francisco Pizarro are making their way through the Andes in order to capture the Inca Empire. What did the Incas do for their people? It is believed that the Incas were polytheists, who worshipped a variety of gods. Manco Cápac, who was revered
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When it came to food, the Aztecs were no exception. Corn. Corn, sometimes known as maize, was one of the most important crops cultivated by the Aztec people, and it was utilized in a diverse range of culinary preparations. Beans. In addition to corn, beans were an important part of the Aztec diet because, like
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