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incas invented what
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Asked 12/7/2008 2:05:59 PM
Updated 277 days ago|9/12/2023 9:22:32 AM
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User: incas invented what

Weegy: The Incas never invented the wheel. They never invented a system of writing.
[http://nativeamericans.mrdonn.org/dailylife.html]

User: what is a crowbar

Weegy: A place you go to pull japanese birds?
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User: did the incas invent the crowbar

Weegy: The Incas also invented. the crowbar, which is an iron bar that a person uses as a lever.
[www.mrmoore.net/GLOBAL%209%20WEBSITE%202008/Ancient%20Americas%20Homework.pdf]

User: who was the fierce and warlike people

Weegy: unconquered, fierce, and warlike people march their armies, and are encouraged
[http://njspmuseum.blogspot.com/2007/08/skirl-of-pipes.html]

User: who was the fierce and warlike people the maya, aztec or olmec

Weegy: Modern scholars admit they have no satisfactory explanation for the origin of the Maya civilization. [ Faced with a complex socio-economic system that suddenly bloomed fully formed and fully functional, the experts begrudgingly say it is "one of the most baffling archaeological mysteries ever uncovered" and "is still deeply shrouded in conjecture." Why should this be so? Why are modern ethnologists and archaeologists so confused? Because, in their hell-bent pursuit of the theory of evolution, they have discarded the wisdom of a people. They have discarded the traditions and legends that have been handed down over the centuries -- and thus loose the tools that would enable them to unravel the mystery of the Maya. ]



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The Incas are renowned for inventing the quipu, a sophisticated system of knotted cords used for record-keeping and numerical data in their empire.

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A crowbar is a metal tool with a curved, flat end used for prying, lifting, or moving objects by leveraging its mechanical advantage.

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No, the Incas did not invent the crowbar; it is believed to have been in use before the time of the Incas, with its origins dating back to ancient civilizations.

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The Aztecs were the fierce and warlike people among the Maya, Aztec, and Olmec civilizations.

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