Inca warrior (15th century)

Inca warrior (15th century)

The Incas´ rudimentary weapons were inadequate in their struggle against the Spanish Conquistadors.

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Keywords

Inca, Inca warrior, fighter, Middle Ages, spear, sling, ax, shield, mace, Spanish conquerors, soldier, indigenous people, America

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Questions

  • Which city was the administrative center of the Inca Empire?
  • What were Spanish colonizers called?
  • Is it true that Inca warriors did not wear metal armor?
  • What material was the Inca ax made of?

Scenes

  • ax

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