History

Question

The inca organized their families into local communities, known as _________, which were expected to provide labor and goods to their chiefs, and linked together approximately 32 million people.

Miya
Ayllus
Quipus
Causeways

1 Answer

  • Ayllus were essentially extended family groups but they could adopt non-related members, giving individual families more variation and security of the land that they farmed.

    Miya is a name
    Quipus is an ancient form of record keeping and a causeway is a raised road.
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