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Inca Empire
Tawantinsuyu  (Quechua)
1438–1533
The Inca Empire at its greatest extent
The Inca Empire at its greatest extent
Caipital Cusco
(1438–1533)
Common leids Quechua (offeecial), Aymara, Puquina, Jaqi faimily, Muchik an scores o smawer leids.
Releegion Inca releegion
Govrenment Monarchy
Sapa Inca  
• 1438–1471
Pachacuti
• 1471–1493
Túpac Inca Yupanqui
• 1493–1525
Huayna Capac
• 1525–1532
Huáscar
• 1532–1533
Atahualpa
Historical era Pre-Columbian
• Pachacuti creatit the Tawantinsuyu
1438
• Ceevil war atween Huáscar an Atahualpa
1529–1532
1533
• End o the last Inca resistance
1572
Aurie
1438[1] 800,000 km2 (310,000 sq mi)
1527 2,000,000 km2 (770,000 sq mi)
Population
• 1438[1]
12000000
• 1527
20000000
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Kinrick o Cusco
Govrenorate o New Castile
Govrenorate o New Toledo
Sapa_Inca#Post-Conquest_Sapa_Incas
The day pairt o  Argentina
 Bolivie
 Chile
 Colombie
 Ecuador
 Peru

The Inca Empire or Inka Empire[2] (Quechua: Tawantinsuyu) wis the lairgest empire in pre-Columbian Americae.[3] The admeenistrative, poleetical an militar centre o the empire wis locatit in Cusco in modren-day Peru. The Inca ceevilization arose frae the heichlands o Peru sometime in the early 13t century, an the last Inca stranghauld wis conquered bi the Spainyie in 1572.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Namnama, Katrina; DeGuzman, Kathleen, "The Inca Empire", K12, USA 
  2. See Quechuan an Aymaran spellin shift for mair information regardin this spellin difference
  3. McEwan, Gordon F. (2010). After Collapse: The Regeneration of Complex Societies. University of Arizona Press. p. 98. ISBN 978-0816529360.