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The Incan empire which is was also referred to as The Four Regions has impacted history with its past relations The Incan empires capital was in Cuzco which is modern day Peru The Incans spoke Quechua which had many dialects and they also conquered many of the surrounding tribes The Incan empire thrived they had road systems that totaled about 16000 km and had taxes for public works The Incan empire was very similar to the Roman Empire After the death of Cuyuchi his sons Huscar and Atahaulpa battled over authority The Incan empire was in a civil war that split the empire into two and in the midst of the war Pizarro a Spanish conquistador arrived Pizarro captured the emperor Atahaulpa and demanded the Incans gold for the emperors safe return Pizarro was ruthless to the Incans if they didnt bring him gold he would cut off their hands Pizarros cruelty persisted when he killed the emperor even after he was given all of the gold The Incan empire didnt survive and collapsed after Pizarro The empire was longer thriving and they fell back to local control Later the Spanish took control over Peru The Encomienda System took was established forcing the Incans to pay tribute to the Spanish After the Spanish took control a cultural blending occurred The people of Spanish and Incans descent were called mestizos thus creating a new race Some of the Incans ran away from the Spanish creating Machu Picchu who were not found until 1911 The Incans are a very important part of Americas history and the empires relations in history have affected the world and its effects are even seen today Works Cited Asian African American Civilizations Before 1500 Asian African American Civilizations Before 1500 Np nd Web 29 Oct 2013 Caste Pictures Caste Pictures Np nd Web 29 Oct 2013 Inca Road
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