The History Of Machu Picchu And Discovery

Machu Picchu was built by Inca PayaKootek. He was a great politician of Tahantineu. Which ruled from 1438 to 1471. It is believed that this fort will be built from the 15th century on the chronological date given by the carbon. Construction of Machu Picchu began when the radiocarbon-eco area started to grow. According to archaeologists, the last fight was fought in the area. Those who won the chakra. Incidentally, Inca gave power to the parchakota by covering Amar Vijay.The strongest hypothesis shows its invisibility with historical memory because Machu Picchu was unaware of the following species.

Earlier, the search for Machu Picchu was likely to be a part of the Estate and Kutija kulayanino. The property was known as 'Property Unit' by the year. It was seen due to its large size and especially through its migration, as a rugged and erratic place. Picchu knew and lived there too. But people did not know their greatness.

Machu Picchu was built in 1450-1460. It was created by two great rulers. His name was Pankata Inca Ipakki and Tippak Inca Yukaki. Machu Picchu is considered "royal" estate. It was used almost 80 years before the conquest of Spanish in other parts of the empire. The Spanish conquerors lost most of the residents of smallpox made by tourists before most residents reach this area.

Machu Picchu is used as the royal property of daily life. Experts only handled over maintenance. Studies show that according to the remains of their skeleton, people living there settled from most of the birds. It lacks chemical markers and osteological markers. If they are living their entire lives there, instead of indigenous water parasites in different areas of Peru, bones of different species are damaged. There were various osteological stresses and different chemical densities that showed different long-term dietary specialties. It is composed of people's corn, potatoes, grains, grapes and various levels of fish. But these people use less corn and less fish. This indicates that many immigrants were in more Picnic areas and Machu Picchu has migrated. Skeletal remains found in Machu Picchu are also unique in the level of loss of natural weapons due to Laborious activities.

The terraces used for farming are made in Machu Picchu. This is terraces a significant engineering work. Which was created to ensure good drainage and soil fertility. Land studies have shown that landslide was created during the construction of Machu Picchu. It can still be seen that the land was moved by land. And then settled by Ankara. Due to good rainfall in Machu Picchu, it was found that Terrace does not need irrigation. Since more than 750 people lived in Machu picchu, when we used to eat a meal at Machu Picchu in Ink, then we learned from food study that they eat the food they import in the surrounding valleys and the next area.

Machu Picchu was about 80 kilometres away from Inca Capital in Cusco. Spanish never had to meet Machu Picchu and therefore did not destroy it like many other sites. Pico's place in the winners was significant. Some evidence suggests that German engineer J.M. Walle Hajel arrived earlier. Maps are shown in the context of Machu Picchu in early 1866.

On July 24, 1911, Sergeant Carrose at Machu Picchu was a lecturer at Bingham Yale University. He was planning a 1911 Yale Peruvian discovery to find the state of Inca. Which was called Vitco City. Minor information suggests human sacrifice of Machu picchu. However, many sacrifices are never given due honor.

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