Inca Empire sets up a second capital at Tomebamba

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Historical Context Note

This expansion was welcomed by some of the pre-Inca states and resented by others. Some welcomed the invading Spanish as liberators when they attacked the Empire from Peru in 1534.

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Editors. "Inca Empire sets up a second capital at Tomebamba". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 01 March 2010
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