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Unformatted text preview: ices. To unify this, the Incas acknowledged them all, but provided central Incan deities as the leaders. Sources available to historians include archaeology and the also from Spanish sources a century or more after Incan empire’s expansion as well as the pre- Incan times lets some doubts enter about the social happenings described How did the Incas build an empire? They would move into a place where there was already a set up society and community, then hopefully coerce the chieftain/leader of that community to submit to Incan rule through the reciprocity rule by giving lavish gifts/force of violence. Gifts = submission/service to the Incan empire The relationship between the Incan elite and the local elite...
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This document was uploaded on 03/23/2014 for the course HIST 158 at Georgetown.

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