Ancient Inca Culture
The culture of the Inca Empire is defined by fascinating architecture, religion, farming, and technology, as well as a society that saw each citizen assigned to a specific task. This volume explores these fundamental social studies concepts, which complements classroom learning. Readers will learn about the Inca people’s contributions to their society, including the Quipu, clothing, festivals, and societal roles. Accessible language and thought-provoking images and primary sources help engage readers.