The Incas were primarily vegetarians who subsisted primarily off of root vegetables. The different altitudes and temperatures throughout the Inca territories caused regional differences in diet. Meat came from llamas and... More »

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Examples of homemade dog food recipes include turkey and vegetable dinner, chicken casserole and doggy chili. These foods are more nutritious than commercial dog food with ample amounts of protein, carbohydrates, fatty a... More »

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Two traditional Sioux recipes are Sioux Indian pudding and Sioux corn cookies, known in the Lakota language as "wagmiza wasna." Wasna is a versatile Sioux cooking recipe that roughly translates to "ground-up anything." More »

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Some of the major accomplishments of the Incas included their inventions, such as the flute, drum and Inca calendar. Culturally, Incas were also adept in creating pottery and cloth, and politically they are known for int... More »

The Mayas, Incas and Aztecs were three groups of people in Central and South America. The Aztecs and the Mayas lived in what is now southern and central Mexico, and the Incas lived around the Andes on South America's Pac... More »

Differences between the Aztecs, Mayans and Incas include their location and language system. The Aztecs lived in what is now central Mexico, while the Mayas lived in southern Mexico and the Inca civilization was focused ... More »

The Incas did not have writing in the traditional sense. Rather, they used a series of knotted braids called khipu for bookkeeping and recording information. More »