In this episode we take a look at the archaeological evidence surrounding the rise of the Inca from their beginnings as a chiefdom to a solidified state in one of the many valleys in the Andes. Along the way, they were hemmed in by other groups, expanded their agricultural base, formed alliances and subdued enemies. In contrast to what is described in many of the accounts, the Inca were a stable state by the time of Pachacuti’s rise to power.
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Intro music by: Kalx aka Kaliran: Andean Lounge, Scream of the Devil
Transition music by: Kike Pinto
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