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Prehistoric Cultures

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Inca
(or Inka)

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 Inca Gold
 Inca Gold

see also
Moche
(Mochica)
Nasca
Sican (Sicán)

Macchu Picchu -- Wikipedia
Conquistador
South America > Inca Empire
Norte Chico civilization [pre-Inca]

The Incas -- BBC

Ecuador

Peru


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Inca-Aztec map.

  Aztec - Inca Map, c. A.D. 1500


World map, with Inca territory
Inca Empire, 1197-1572

Inca god Viracocha.
Inca god Viracocha


Pizarro


Francisco Pizarro

Manco Capac, first king of the Kingdom of Cuzco.

Manco Capac
first king of the Kingdom of Cusco



Tupa-inca-tunic.

Tupa-inca-tunic

A detail of a Inca stone work at Cuzco.

A detail of a Inca stone work at Cuzco

A red-haired mummy recovered from the Nevado Ampato, Peru, in the mountains near the famous Machu Picchu mountaintop fortress. Dated at circa A.D.1400, this may even have been one of the red-haired Incas that the Spaniards reported seeing.

A red-haired mummy recovered from the Nevado Ampato, Peru, in the mountains near the famous Machu Picchu mountaintop fortress. Dated at circa A.D.1400, this may even have been one of the red-haired Incas that the Spaniards reported seeing

Evidence of cranial deformation found at El Trigal

Evidence of cranial deformation found at El Trigal
Pre-Columbian Civilizations and Cultures
 
North America Ancient Pueblo (Anasazi)FremontMississippian
   
Mesoamerica HuastecIzapaMixtecOlmecPipilTarascanTeotihuacánToltecTotonacZapotec
   
South America Norte ChicoChavínChibchaChimorChachapoyaHuariMocheNazcaTaironaTiwanaku
   
Main civilizations
 
The Aztec Empire The Maya civilization The Inca Empire
     
Language Nahuatl language Mayan languages Quechua
Writing Aztec writing Mayan writing
Religion Aztec religion Maya religion Inca religion
Mythology Aztec mythology Maya mythology Inca mythology
Calendar Aztec calendar Maya calendar
Society Aztec society Maya society Inca society
Infrastructure Chinampas Maya architecture Inca architecture (road system)
Incan agriculture
History Aztec history Inca history
People Moctezuma I
Moctezuma II
Cuitlahuac
Cuauhtémoc
Pacal the Great
Tecun Uman
Manco Capac
Pachacutec
Atahualpa
Conquest Spanish conquest of Mexico
(Hernán Cortés)
Spanish conquest of Yucatán
(Francisco de Montejo)
Spanish conquest of Guatemala
(Pedro de Alvarado)
Spanish conquest of the Inca Empire
(Francisco Pizarro)

See also


Macchu Picchu

Macchu Picchu
(Across the Divide Expeditions)


Inca maiden.

"La Doncella"

Mummified Inca maiden wows crowds
Friday, 7 September 2007 -- BBC News


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