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Inca Empire

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1438–1533
The Inca Empire at its greatest extent
The Inca Empire at its greatest extent
CaipitalCusco
(1438–1533)
Common leidsQuechua (offeecial), Aymara, Puquina, Jaqi faimily, Muchik an scores o smawer leids.
Releegion
Inca releegion
GovrenmentMonarchy
Sapa Inca 
• 1438–1471
Pachacuti
• 1471–1493
Túpac Inca Yupanqui
• 1493–1525
Huayna Capac
• 1525–1532
Huáscar
• 1532–1533
Atahualpa
Historical eraPre-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)
15272,000,000 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.