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Beginner's Guide to the Inca Empire - About Archaeology
The Inca were the largest pre-hispanic empire of South America when it was ' discovered' by the Spanish conquistadors in the 16th century AD.
Inca Empire - the Ancient Incan Civilization - About Archaeology
The Inca Empire ruled much of the Andes Mountains along the west coast of the South American continent beginning in the 13th century AD; their architecture ...
Inca Empire Archaeological Sites - About Archaeology
Inca archaeological sites come in all sizes and shapes: perfectly understandable for an empire that rose to include one million square kilometers at the height of ...
Ten Facts About the Conquest of the Inca Empire
In 1532, Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro and 160 men managed to bring down the mighty Inca Empire, home to millions of people. How did these ...
The Inca Empire - Latin American History - About.com
The mighty Inca Empire took centuries to build and stretched from Chile to Colombia. It was one of the richest and most powerful in the world. But in 1532 ...
The Conquest of Peru and the Inca Empire - Latin American History
With the mighty Aztec Empire in ruins and the Maya decimated in Central America, only one formidable native kingdom remains in the New World: the gold -rich ...
History of the Treasure of the Inca - Latin American History - About.com
When it was discovered by Spanish conquistadors in 1532, the Inca Empire of present-day Peru was the wealthiest culture in the Americas. Where did this ...
Huascar, Inca Emperor 1527-1532
Huáscar (circa 1502-1532) was ruler of the Inca Empire for a brief time after the death of his father Huayna Capac sometime between 1525 and 1527. When his ...
Biography of Manco Inca - Latin American History - About.com
Manco Inca (1516-1544) was one of the last rulers of the Inca Empire. After the Spanish conquest, Francisco Pizarro appointed Manco as puppet ruler of the Inca ...
Expanded Virtual Tour of South America - Inca Empire
Take a virtual tour to Inca Empire, spanning Peru, Bolivia, Ecuador and northern Chile. Machu Picchu is a top destination in Peru.