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2 Inca The People of The Andes Mountains Taylor, Lena, Julian &Ryan Add button to move to the next page.

3 Table of Contents LocationLocation GovernmentGovernment ReligionReligion AgricultureAgriculture Cultural & Scientific ContributionsCultural & Scientific Contributions Bibliography PageBibliography Page CreditsCredits EndEnd Add button to move to the next page. Next Page

4 Location The Inca’s relative location is a long the coast of the pacific ocean and near the Andes MountainsThe Inca’s relative location is a long the coast of the pacific ocean and near the Andes Mountains There modern-day country is in Ecuador, Peru, and into Northern Chile. Add button to return to Table of Contents. Add button to move to the next page. Add button to move to the previous page.

5 Government Inca’s form of government is a monarchy & have a caste system.Inca’s form of government is a monarchy & have a caste system. The Inca have a caste system. The highest people is the king and priest. The lowest are the laborers and servants.The Inca have a caste system. The highest people is the king and priest. The lowest are the laborers and servants. The picture shows what the first Inca King, Manco Capac might have looked like.The picture shows what the first Inca King, Manco Capac might have looked like. Add button to move to the previous page. Add button to return to Table of Contents. Add button to move to the next page.

6 Religion Incas are polytheistic, which means they believe in many gods.Incas are polytheistic, which means they believe in many gods. Their practices are that they worship the dead, their ancestors, their founding culture heroes, and their king whom they regarded as divine.Their practices are that they worship the dead, their ancestors, their founding culture heroes, and their king whom they regarded as divine. Add button to move to the previous page. Add button to return to Table of Contents. Add button to move to the next page.

7 Agriculture Crops they grew are Corn, Potatoes, Fruits, Peppers, Mays, and beans Their domesticated animals are Alpacas and Lamas They also built stone structures and were advanced in medicine. They also spoke their own language called quechua. The background is a picture of a stone structure. Add button to move to the previous page. Add button to return to Table of Contents. Add button to move to the next page.

8 Cultural & Scientific Contributions Cultural inventions like calendars and musical instruments were all made by the Inca civilization. Their scientific invention was the System of Measurements Add button to move to the previous page. Add button to return to Table of Contents. Add button to move to the next page.

9 Bibliography Books we used were the Inca book/binder!Books we used were the Inca book/binder! The websites we used were:The websites we used were: Add button to move to the previous page. Add button to return to Table of Contents.

10 Thanks for Watching!! Presented and made by: Julian Resor, Ryan Gallagher, Taylor Parker & Lena Decarlo

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