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Cusi Hilpay’s father was curaca of Anta, a powerful and influential region. Cusi Chimbo, a secondary A mazing Builders 29 Empire of the Incas wife, was jealous of Cusi Hilpay and arranged for Hilpay’s son Quispe Yupanqui, who was direct heir to the throne, to be murdered. Capac Yupanqui disappeared at about the same time, and most historians believe he, too, was murdered. Cusi Chimbo’s supporters named her son Inca Roca the new ruler. Inca Roca did not want to suffer the same fate as his father and half-brother.
By the time the Spanish arrived in 1532, Cuzco’s center included about 4,000 solidly built stone structures, with much of that work accomplished in just 60 years. The city plan took the shape of a puma, an animal much admired by the Inca culture for its strength and cunning. The puma shape of Cuzco can still be seen in photos taken from airplanes. At the puma’s head, Pachacuti built the fortress-temple of Sacsahuaman. In the center, royal palaces and huge public plazas took shape. In the tail, there were homes for nobles and the central temple, the Coricancha.
Small rivers such as the Tambo, Ica, and Santa cut fertile valleys through the dry western region. The rivers served as the lifeblood for cultures settling in the area. , people had cleared forest to expand farmland. Extensive farming began long before the Incas ruled the region. Communications When an empire expands to the size of the Inca Empire, there can be problems with communications. To overcome this problem, Pachacuti ordered that all people under his rule must know how to speak Quechua.
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