Ep. 28: Provincial Life

With the empire quickly expanding, we’re going to take some time to touch on what was happening beyond just Tupac conquering land.  Tupac was also building.  Estates, administration buildings, roads and coricanchas were all built under his watch.  However, he also oversaw some of the most expansive use of resettlement in the Andes with the use of the mitmae system.  Finally, we’ll return to our narrative to see how two neighboring groups received vastly different treatment from the Inca.

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Intro music by: Kalx aka Kaliran: Andean Lounge, Scream of the Devil

Transition music by: Kike Pinto

Photo by Edward Ranney

Tupac traveled south and brought in Pachacamac before heading back to Cuzco. After celebrating his victories, Tupac headed out once again to the coast. Map by: Nick Machinski
The great ramp at Pachacamac. From: The Lost History of the Incas
The huaca, Pachacamac, is over 7ft tall and still exists, though just not at its original home.
From: The Lost History of the Incas.
Huanuco Pampa, one of many administrative centers built by Tupac Inca Yupanqui during his conquests. From: The Lost History of the Inca.

After setting out again from Cuzco, Tupac brought the Nazca region into the Inca sphere. From there Tupac and his army headed North. From: The Lost History of the Incas

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