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What was the highest point of Incan villages reserved for? A. The highest point of Incan villages was often used as communal farmland. B. As Incan society disapproved of human sacrifice, the highest point of the village was used to house prisoners of war. C. The highest point of Incan villages was used for religious purposes. D. In many cases, the artistic population of Incan society was allowed to live at the highest point of the village to create art and poetry for the ...
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