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Background imageInca Collection: General view of Cuzco, Peru, South America

General view of Cuzco, Peru, South America
A general view of Cuzco (or Cusco), historic capital of the Inca Empire, Peru, South America

Background imageInca Collection: Ruins of the Wiracocha Temple at Raqch i, Peru

Ruins of the Wiracocha Temple at Raqch i, Peru
Built in the fifteenth century and considered by the historians to be one of the most audacious Inca constructions, the remarkable Wiracocha temple at Raqchi

Background imageInca Collection: The Inca and His Queen

The Inca and His Queen Date: 1823

Background imageInca Collection: Wooden anthropomorphic figure. Chimu culture

Wooden anthropomorphic figure. Chimu culture
Wooden anthropomorphic figure. There were idols and depictions of ancestors In the temples and shrines. Chimu culture. Late Intermediate Horizon (1000-1470 AD). Peru. Museum of the Americas

Background imageInca Collection: Plate decorated with depiction of two fish. Ceramics

Plate decorated with depiction of two fish. Ceramics. Inca culture (1400-1533 AD). Peru. Museum of the Americas. Madrid, Spain. Date: 2018

Background imageInca Collection: Vessel with mythical character. Ceramic. Chimu-Inca culture

Vessel with mythical character. Ceramic. Chimu-Inca culture. Late Horizon (1470-1532 AD). Peru. Museum of the Americas. Madrid, Spain. Date: 2018

Background imageInca Collection: Phytomorphic vessel

Phytomorphic vessel. Depiction of the fruit known as lucuma (Pouteria Lucuma). Piece from the excavations of the Bishop Baltasar Martinez de Companon (1785). Chimu culture

Background imageInca Collection: Textile fragments. Late Intermediate Horizon (1000-1450)

Textile fragments. Late Intermediate Horizon (1000-1450)
Textile fragments. There were different types of textiles qualities. During the Inca period, the finest was cumbi, made with vicuna. Central coast. Late Intermediate Horizon (1000-1450). Peru

Background imageInca Collection: Meeting of Francisco Pizarro and the Inca Atahualpa, Peru

Meeting of Francisco Pizarro and the Inca Atahualpa, Peru
The meeting of Francisco Pizarro and the Inca Atahualpa, Spanish Conquest of Peru. Date: 1532

Background imageInca Collection: Man and woman of Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, Polynesia

Man and woman of Nuku Hiva, Marquesas Islands, Polynesia
Man and woman of Nuku Hiva (St. Christian), Marquesas Islands, Polynesia, 1818. Chief and woman in elaborate feather headdress, cloak and robes with basket and stick

Background imageInca Collection: Peruvians or Inca people, 1818

Peruvians or Inca people, 1818
Peruvians or Inca people of Peru, 1818. They wear feather headdresses, cloak and skirt, and the man carries a bow and quiver of arrows

Background imageInca Collection: Balboa and Pizarro exploring Central and South America

Balboa and Pizarro exploring Central and South America
Vasco Nunez de Balboa reaching the Pacific 19, Francisco Pizarro separating his men by a line in the sand on the Isle of Gallo 20, and Peruvians afraid of a lunar eclipse 21

Background imageInca Collection: Inca tern, Larosterna inca, and white-headed

Inca tern, Larosterna inca, and white-headed petrel, Pterodroma lessonii. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rene Primevere Lessons Complements de Buffon, Pourrat Freres, Paris, 1838

Background imageInca Collection: Bronzy inca, Coeligena coeligena

Bronzy inca, Coeligena coeligena (Purple hummingbird, Trochilus coeligena). Handcoloured steel engraving by William Lizars from Sir William Jardines Naturalists Library: Ornithology

Background imageInca Collection: Collared inca, Coeligena torquata

Collared inca, Coeligena torquata (Bourcieria torquata). Handcoloured steel engraving from W.C.L. Martins A General History of Humming-birds or the Trochilidae, Bohn, London, 1852

Background imageInca Collection: Ruins of a circular Incan fortress at Canar, Ecuador

Ruins of a circular Incan fortress at Canar, Ecuador. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Luigi Giarre from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique and Modern of All Peoples

Background imageInca Collection: Incan fortress-palace with temple of the Sun at Ingapirca

Incan fortress-palace with temple of the Sun at Ingapirca
Elevation and plan of the ruins of an Incan fortress-palace with temple of the Sun at Ingapirca, near Canar, Ecuador. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Nasi from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes

Background imageInca Collection: Ruins of the Inca Palace (tambo) at Callo, Cotopaix, Ecuador

Ruins of the Inca Palace (tambo) at Callo, Cotopaix, Ecuador. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Nasi from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique and Modern of All Peoples

Background imageInca Collection: Ancient Peruvian utensils and tools

Ancient Peruvian utensils and tools, including Inca tomb A, B, pendant in gold and silver C, copper axe heads D, mirrors called Inca-rirpo E, F, G, stone axe H, pins I, L, M, clip K

Background imageInca Collection: Marriage ceremony among the Inca royal family

Marriage ceremony among the Inca royal family - the Inca Emperor in red cape presides over the wedding of a prince. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Luigi Giarre from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes

Background imageInca Collection: The brother sun design (Inti-Guauqui) near Cannar, Peru

The brother sun design (Inti-Guauqui) near Cannar, Peru
The brother sun design (Inti-Guauqui) on a cliff in the ravine of the sun near Cannar, Peru. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Nasi from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique

Background imageInca Collection: Inca puberty rites (huarachicoy)

Inca puberty rites (huarachicoy) during Capac Raymi wherein boys become warriors, and receive breechclouts (huara) and weapons, have their nails clipped and ears pierced

Background imageInca Collection: Inca Emperor Manco-Capac and Queen Coya Mama-Ocllo

Inca Emperor Manco-Capac and Queen Coya Mama-Ocllo
Manco-Capac, cofounder and ruler of the Incan Empire, with his sister/wife Queen Coya Mama-Ocllo. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Luigi Giarre from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique

Background imageInca Collection: Atahualpa, the last Incan Emperor, captured by Pizzaro

Atahualpa, the last Incan Emperor, captured by Pizzaro
Atahualpa, the last Incan Emperor, captured by Francisco Pizzaro during the Spanish conquest. Handcoloured copperplate engraving by Verico from Giulio Ferrrarios Costumes Antique

Background imageInca Collection: Spanish Conquistadors in Tezcuco

Spanish Conquistadors in Tezcuco
Marching caravan of Spanish conquistadors and some Aztec soldiers in Texcuco Mexico Date: 1519

Background imageInca Collection: Charles V Authorises Pizarro to Conquer and Govern Peru

Charles V Authorises Pizarro to Conquer and Govern Peru
Charles V sits and receives Pizarro and then authorises the invasion and conquest of Peru. Date: 1528

Background imageInca Collection: Pizarro Forced to Retreat

Pizarro Forced to Retreat
Pizarro and his men being forced to retreat by the Incan army. Date: 1525

Background imageInca Collection: Inca Warriors fighting amongst themselves - pre-conquest

Inca Warriors fighting amongst themselves - pre-conquest
Inca Warriors fighting amongst themselves in the years prior to the invasion of Peru by the Spanish Conquistadors in the 1530s. Illustration from a ceramic drinking vessel. Date: circa 15th century

Background imageInca Collection: Typical wine bar and cafe, Can Amer, Inca, Majorca, Spain

Typical wine bar and cafe, Can Amer, Inca, Majorca, Spain. Date: circa 1910s

Background imageInca Collection: General view of Inca, Majorca, Spain

General view of Inca, Majorca, Spain
General view of the town of Inca, Majorca, Balearic Islands, Spain. Date: circa 1908

Background imageInca Collection: Cusco (Peru). 1576. Civitates Orbis Terrarum

Cusco (Peru). 1576. Civitates Orbis Terrarum
Cusco (Peru). View of the city and its environs in 1576, conquered by the Spanish around 1534. Civitates Orbis Terrarum by G. Brauman and F. Hogenberg

Background imageInca Collection: Warrior. Inca art. Relief. PERU. Lima. National

Warrior. Inca art. Relief. PERU. Lima. National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History

Background imageInca Collection: Submission of Sayri Tupac. Engraving. Colored

Submission of Sayri Tupac. Engraving. Colored
Submission of Incas king Sayri Tupac to Don Hurtado de Mendoza, Viceroy of Peru. Engraving, 1807. Colored

Background imageInca Collection: Submission of Atahualpa. Colored engraving, 1807

Submission of Atahualpa. Colored engraving, 1807
Atahualpa (1497-1533). Inca Emperor. Submission of the last Inca emperor to the spanish embassy of Francisco Pizarro, led by Hernando de Soto. Colored engraving, 1807

Background imageInca Collection: Huascar Inca (h. 1491-1532). Sapa Inca of the Inca empire fr

Huascar Inca (h. 1491-1532). Sapa Inca of the Inca empire fr
Huascar Inca (h.1491-1532). Sapa Inca of the Inca empire from 1527 to 1532. Son of Huayna Capac. Colored engraving. 1726

Background imageInca Collection: Mama Huaco, one of four sisters and wives of Manco

Mama Huaco, one of four sisters and wives of Manco Capac, legendary founder of the Inca Empire of Cuzco in the early 13th century. Portrait of Cuzco school. Colonial baroque. Oil on canvas

Background imageInca Collection: Manco Capac, legendary founder of the Inca Empire

Manco Capac, legendary founder of the Inca Empire, ordering the construction of the city of Cuzco, capital of the Empire. Illustration in Allgemeine Historie der Reisen zu Wasser und zu Lande

Background imageInca Collection: HERRERA, Antonio de (1559-1625). General History

HERRERA, Antonio de (1559-1625). General History of the Deeds of the Castilians on the Islands and Mainland of the Ocean Sea Known As the West Indies. 1601 - 1615

Background imageInca Collection: Ruins of Ollantaytambo, Cuzco, Peru

Ruins of Ollantaytambo, Cuzco, Peru
Ollantaytambo is a town and an Inca archaeological site in southern Peru some 60 kilometers northwest of the city of Cusco

Background imageInca Collection: Cyclopean Wall - Sacsayhuaman Complex, Cuzco, Peru

Cyclopean Wall - Sacsayhuaman Complex, Cuzco, Peru
Sacsayhuaman (also known as Saksaq Waman, Sacsahuaman or Saxahuaman) - a walled complex on the northern outskirts of the city of Cuzco, Peru, the former capital of the Inca Empire

Background imageInca Collection: Inca vase with a mythological drawing. Inca art

Inca vase with a mythological drawing. Inca art. Ceramics. PERU. Lima. National Museum of Archaeology, Anthropology and History

Background imageInca Collection: Kero in Jaguar Shaped

Kero in Jaguar Shaped
Kero in jaguar shaped. Inca art. Sculpture on wood

Background imageInca Collection: Cuzco - Peru - Cyclopean masonry

Cuzco - Peru - Cyclopean masonry
Pre-Columbian walls at Cuzco, Peru - Cyclopean polygonal masonry of the Incas - almost defying belief with the way the massive multi-faceted blocks fit together seamlessly

Background imageInca Collection: Emperor Thupa Inka

Emperor Thupa Inka
THUPA INKA YUPANKI (or Topa Inca Yupanqui) INCA EMPEROR OF PERU son of Pachakuti

Background imageInca Collection: Huayna Capac (c. 1465-1525). Inca emperor (1493-1525)

Huayna Capac (c. 1465-1525). Inca emperor (1493-1525)
Huayna Capac (h.1465-1525). Inca emperor (1493-1525). Son of Tupac Inca Yupanqui. Engraving, 1726. Colored engraving

Background imageInca Collection: Ecuador. Ingapirca. Ruins

Ecuador. Ingapirca. Ruins
Ecuador. Ingapirca. Inca archaeological site built on Canari settlement during the reign of Emperor Huayna Capac (1493-1527). Detail of the Inca bath in the Intihuayco (Ravine of the Sun)

Background imageInca Collection: Submission of Sayri Tupac. Engraving

Submission of Sayri Tupac. Engraving
Submission of Incas king Sayri Tupac to Don Hurtado de Mendoza, Viceroy of Peru. Engraving, 1807

Background imageInca Collection: Submission of Atahualpa. Engraving, 1807

Submission of Atahualpa. Engraving, 1807
Atahualpa (1497-1533). Inca Emperor. Submission of the last Inca emperor to the spanish embassy of Francisco Pizarro, led by Hernando de Soto. Engraving, 1807



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