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By: Lizzy Gallagher
Welcome! Did you know the Inca empire took place in the center of Peru? The Inca empire started in the 1400's and didn't end until 1532, when the Spanish took over.
A daily life in the Inca tribe depended on your job. One job was an Ayllu. An Ayllu was a group of families who worked on a portion of land. These families acted like one big family, and if you were born into an Ayllu family, you would always be an Ayllu.
The Inca had a type of religion that related to their way of life. But there was a god that the Inca favored the most. This god was Inti. Inti was the god of the sun
The Inca had a very unique way of writing. The way they did their writing was tying knots in a piece of ropes. Depending on the size and thickness of the knot meant something else. This is how they communicated in their writing.
Thank you for joining me on this tour of the Inca tribe's way of life! I hoped you learned something new and enjoyed your travel back in time.
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