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The Inca Tribe

Summary: The Incas were Indian people of native day Peru. The Incas were a small tribe of Indians, whose main language was Quechua. The Incas conquered 10 million Aboriginal Inhabitants of the present nations of Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, western Argentina, and Northern Chile. The Incan Empire lasted from 1100-1533.
The Incas were Indian people of native day Peru. The Incas were a small tribe of Indians, whose main language was Quechua. The Incas conquered 10 million Aboriginal Inhabitants of the present nations of Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Bolivia, western Argentina, and Northern Chile. The Incan Empire lasted from 1100-1533. (B 1) At the peak of there existence, their population grew to over six million people. This great empire covered many different nations and they spoke over seven hundred different languages. In less than a century, during the 1400's, they built one of the largest empires the world has ever seen. (B 4)

The Inca Empire was one the only small societies that had developed a state like organization during their time. (B 9) The native people all lived under the rule of a single man, the Emperor. He was also known as "Chief Inca", "Son of the Sun", or "Lover of the...

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