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Residing in each providence was estimated 10, people.

The ultimate ruler was the empreror who was a descendant, of their sun god, Inti. Life The Incan empire was built on war, therefore requiring a young men to be warriors in the army making it the strongest and most powerful force.

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Incan people where not advanced enough to use wheels, so everything including army supplies was carried on llamas. Inca life seemed fun and easy since they were a flourishing society, unfortunately to belong to the empire forced labor was demanded. All residents were required even weeks of labor service in the year. Labor service could include building, taking entire communities at a time to do so. A big project handed to the Inca's was the making of roads from the border of Colombia towards south to Santiago, Chile.

It reached about 24, miles. The roads all connected in some way, the major roads reached through the Andes and another across the coast. This is very hard task considering the lack of materials and tools back then.


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On top of the main roadways they built many kinds of intelligently crafted bridges to go over the bodies of water, also rest houses to have somewhere to relax. The Incans could not ignore the service, so they were not free people.

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Marriage was limited to a partner in their own social groups. It was a very strict society. The woman of the house were taught to to care for children, cook and weave; the only alternative would be becoming a priestess. In the rural areas of the Inca empire, their was a high amount of farmers.

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Farming was done in the mountains, they used terrace farms, and irrigation systems to water their crops main crops of corn and potatoes. To help conserve food like meat, the Incas would usually salt them or they would use their freeze-dried technique. Click to go more in depth about Incan farming and food storage. Engineers The Incas were considered the best builders among all the Native American tribes.

They were most definitely more advanced in their building methods, than those of their time.

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Incan people where not advanced enough to use wheels, so everything including army supplies was carried on llamas. Inca life seemed fun and easy since they were a flourishing society, unfortunately to belong to the empire forced labor was demanded. All residents were required even weeks of labor service in the year.

Labor service could include building, taking entire communities at a time to do so. A big project handed to the Inca's was the making of roads from the border of Colombia towards south to Santiago, Chile. It reached about 24, miles. The roads all connected in some way, the major roads reached through the Andes and another across the coast.

This is very hard task considering the lack of materials and tools back then. On top of the main roadways they built many kinds of intelligently crafted bridges to go over the bodies of water, also rest houses to have somewhere to relax. The Incans could not ignore the service, so they were not free people. Marriage was limited to a partner in their own social groups.

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It was a very strict society. The woman of the house were taught to to care for children, cook and weave; the only alternative would be becoming a priestess. In the rural areas of the Inca empire, their was a high amount of farmers.

Farming was done in the mountains, they used terrace farms, and irrigation systems to water their crops main crops of corn and potatoes. To help conserve food like meat, the Incas would usually salt them or they would use their freeze-dried technique.

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Click to go more in depth about Incan farming and food storage. Engineers The Incas were considered the best builders among all the Native American tribes. They were most definitely more advanced in their building methods, than those of their time. Some of their creations including tunnels through mountains and roadways through them.

They also had bridges which were blueprints for modern-day suspension bridges, and aqueducts to share water through out the towns. For many of their configurations they used stone to withstand the weather and earthquakes especially.