- n. Plural form of Inca.
“No David Wayne, the INCAS knew nothing of these cristals because the Incas are from Peru.”
“TN-28 306 _See_ Peru, Incas should read See _Peru_, _Incas_”
“The only known comparison to these Mexican wonders would be Machu Picchu in Peru, but it was constructed as a final sanctuary for the Incas from the Spanish conquerors hundreds of years after the sky cities were abandoned by their builders.”
“I ended up doing this 1000 soles experience with a local outfit called Incas del Peru.”
“Our archeologist speaker tonight said that the Incas are the Greeks of the Americas and should be regarded as such.”
“We wore more clothing than the Incas, which is the most that can be said for us.”
“The greatest and most splendid building erected to show the power and majesty of the Incas was the fortress of Cusco ... those who have seen it ... imagine, and even believe, that it was made by enchantment, the handiwork of demons rather than of men.”
“Two of the passion fruits covered in Lost Crops of the Incas are the sweet grenadilla, Passiflora ligularis, also called sweet passion fruit and the purple passion fruit, Passiflora edulis.”
“And the human cultures that have had 'Orejones' — 'eared ones' as Pizarro's band called the Incas — have been rather more numerous in history than the cultures having art collectors.”
“The Incas were the only tribe, in the case of Peru, having supreme power.”
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