The Inca Empire at its greatest extent (1532)
Extent of the Inca road system
At it's prime, the Inca Empire stretched from Colombia to central Chile and ruled more than 12 million people who spoke at least 20 languages. Amazing!
Inca Gold Sun Mask (by Andrew Howe). The Inca civilization flourished in ancient ...
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The Aztec and Inca empires controlled large areas of Central and South America. You can still see ruins of these empires toda…
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The Inca gold, picture, image, illustration
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Prague Inka Gold exhibition
Aerial view of Machu Picchu, Peru
Cuzco was the center of the Incan empire.
Pachacuti Inca Yupanqui (by Unknown). The warfare of the Inca civilization ...
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Inca Gold Female Figurine (by Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y.)
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Grand steps and terraces with fountains, lodgings, and shrines flank the jungle-clad pinnacle peaks surrounding the site.
15th-Century Getaway A hand-colored 1911 photograph of Machu Picchu, the wintertime retreat of the Inca ruler Pachacuti Yupanqui.
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The Pyramids of Caral – the site of one of the first civilization of the Americas Photo by Villa de Omas/Wikimedia Commons
Pyramids in Latin America
Chimú pottery and ceramics, Chan Chan, Gold ceremonial dress, a map of Chimu
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Manco Cápac, First Inca, 1 of 14 Portraits of Inca Kings, Probably mid-18th century. Oil on canvas. Brooklyn Museum
The ruins in the Llanganates National Park in Ecuador (pictured)
Cuzco is the ancient capital of the Inca Empire, and its Temple of the Sun
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Distribution of aboriginal South American and circum-Caribbean cultural groups.
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A timeline shows important events of the era. In ca. 13,000 to ca.
The Inca made beautiful objects of gold, silver, copper, bronze and tumbago . But precious metals were in shorter supply than in earlier Peruvian cultures.
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Daily Life in the Inca Empire
View of the entrance to the exhibition 'Golden Kingdoms: Luxury and Legacy in the
Ancient Inca Ruins in Ecuador.
A map shows the locations of the Olmec, Aztec, Maya, and Inca civilizations
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Pizarro and his followers in Lima in 1535
4 Cuzco: The City Of Gold Appeared around 1200 and began to build city of Cuzco Cuzco served as the capital city of the empire and center of their economy ...
Pizarro and his followers in Lima in 1535
How the Inca Leapt Canyons
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A view of Cuzco from Huanacuari, a sacred hill for the Incas. According to one legend, the first Incas saw a rainbow above this hill—a favorable omen.
Inca Ruler Atahualpa (by Mary Harrsch (taken at the Ojai Valley Museum)). The Inca civilization flourished in ancient ...
Photo by Neil Henderson in 2009 at the British Museum in
The Inca Empire's southern border defined by the Maule or Maipo River (scholars differ). Inca troops never crossed the Bío Bío River.
AD 1530, Inca. Camelid wefts, cotton warps, ...