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Incan Civilization
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Explore the Wonders of the Inca Civilization
You and your friends have entered a jeopardy contest. You will need to write 20 questio...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: 7


Resources

Results 1 thru 10 of 14 total resources.

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Inca Ruins
These ruins in the mountainside above Cusco, Peru are all that is left of the great emp...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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Inca Ruins
Even though the Inca civilization was destroyed by the Spanish in the 16th century, rui...
3.  Image
Inca Ruins
The Incan people built an entire civilization, complete with knowledge of astronomy, me...
4.  Image
Inca Ruins
This picture gives a bird's eye view of the Inca ruins, the remains of the ancient civ...
5.  Image
Sacsayhuaman
Pronounced "saxy woman", Sacsayhuaman was the Inca fortress that now overlooks the city...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
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Sacsayhuaman
Pronounced "saxy woman", the Sacsayhuaman was an Inca fortress that now looks over the ...
7.  Web Site
Machu Picchu
Detailed information about the architecture of the Ancient Incan civilization, Machu Pi...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
8.  Image
Ruin in Machu Picchu
A fortress city of the ancient Incas, in a high saddle between two peaks circa 50 miles...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
9.  Web Site
Lords of the Earth
This resource explores the anthropology and archaeology of the Aztec, Mayan and Incan c...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
10.  Web Site
Pre-History of Latin America
This resource comes from Minnesota State University. Learn about the different tribes t...
Curriculum: History/Social Science
Grades: 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12


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