Geography Matters In: Inca Empire

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Published: March 2015
For Ages: Upper Primary, Lower Secondary
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Author: Melanie Waldron

Product Category: History / History: Ancient / History: Ancient - Archaeology

Series: Geography Matters In
Published By: Raintree
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Published: 01-Mar-2015
Format: Hardback, 48 pages
RRP: $31.99
ISBN: 9781406291230
How do we know about the Incas?
What were Inca towns and cities like?
What was the "lost city of the Incas"?
Read Geography Matters in the Inca Empire to find out the answers to these questions and more. The book looks at how the Inca empire changed through time and gives fascinating insights into many different aspects of Inca life through its geography.
Read about how the mountainous terrain of the Andes led to the development of terraced farming, how the Incas worshipped the mountain peaks as gods, and how they built thousands of miles of roads and bridges to connect people throughout their vast empire.

Australian Curriculum:
Australian Curriculum Correlation:
  • (Year 7) ''The Ancient World''

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