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The Incas

Chapter 8, Section 3 Test

What was the main purpose of the Incas establishing welfare state? The government supported its citizens in need.
About how long was the Inca road system? About more than 15,00 miles.
What did the Incas use silver and gold for? They were used for crafting jewelry, dishes, statues, and wall decorations.
What techniques did the Incas used to expand farming? They built terraces and irrigation systems.
What happened after Huayna Capac died? A civil war broke out and Spanish soldiers conquered the Incas.
What did Pachacuti offer those who joined the The Inca Empire? He offered them protection.
Where was the Inca government centered at. It was centered at Cuzco.
What did the Incas use dishes and silver for? It was used for jewelry, dishes, statues, and wal decorations.
How many classes are there in the Inca Empire? There were two classes.
What are the two classes? They are nobles and commoners.
Created by: JasonR1