Here are two facts about the Inca Empire:
• It stretched about 2,500 miles.
• It did not have a written language.
These facts explain why the Incas
A set of strings tied into knots, called a quipu, was an aid for
Much of the land that was once the Inca Empire is in which countries today?
How did the Incas develop the advances listed below?
• well-planned cities
• elaborate irrigation methods
What did the Incas create to hold their empire together?
What belongs in bottom row of this chart?
Capac Incas - relatives to the Sapa Inca
Hahua Incas - nobles by privilege
The most important Incan food crop was unknown to the Mayas or Aztecs. This Incan crop was
Two people who belonged to the same ayllu might often
When a Chosen Woman was 8-10 years old, she would most likely be
After the Incas conquered a new area, why were local leaders and their sons brought to Cuzco?
What did the Sapa Inca typically do after a rebellion by a conquered tribe?
The Inca Empire reached its peak in the same period as which group on the timeline below?
Who got the remaining third of an ayllu’s crops?
How did the Incas manage to get such a large empire?
How did the Incas manage such a remote empire?
Around 1200 C.E., the Incas first settled their capital city, which they called
How did the government help those who were in need?
Families in the Inca Empire belonged to larger clans called
The most important god to the Incas was
What happened when a tribe became part of the Inca Empire?