Reader-3 - Reader: Morris &Von Hagen The article...

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                             The article explores the Inka Empire, focusing on it art and communication and  in its ideology. The authors say clothing served the purpose of establishing identities  and associations. The authors also say that rituals and performances were used to  represent the empire and the aspirations of the Inka. Morris and Von Hagen also say  that the physical relationships that the city created were parallel to the social  relationships of the Inka. Despite that the Inka did not develop a writing system, they did 
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