In 1000-1500 both the Inca, located in the Andes, and the Aztec, located in Mesoamerica, were influenced by religion in other aspects of their lives but the influence in the Aztecs was much more active. The politics of the empires were similar in that their rulers were seen as almost gods but differed in their reason for expansion; the Inca expanded for more land and and resources demanded by split-inheritance while the Aztec expanded to gain people for their human sacrifices. The empires’ economies were both agriculturally based with deities that related to it as well as both empires collected tribute, however; the Inca collected mostly labor to support the empire while the Aztec collected food and people for human sacrifices and rituals to praise the gods. Both the Inca and the Aztec use gender parallelism but differ in that the Aztec gender parallelism was supported in simultaneous worshipping of gods while the Inca worshipped separately based on gender. The cultural use of human sacrifice also differed in the two civilizations. The Aztecs used sacrifice regularly and often used it to create fear in the public, population control, and even to give the populus protein while sacrifice in the Inca was a much more special occasion was only used in religious practices. The Aztec and Inca were both influenced by religion in someway but the influence in the Aztec empire was much greater.
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During 1000-1500 CE in Mesoamerica, both the Aztecs and Incas developed gender parallelism due to both culture's religions promoting the worship of male and female deities and the ritualization of domestic chores; however, the Aztec state emphasized political domination because its main concern was expansion due to the constant need of human tribute dictated by the religion, contrary to the Inca state, which developed a complex bureacracy and integrated the empire culturally in order for its subjects to be able to worship Inca deities and labor extraction that often served a religious purpose, and trade flourished within the Aztec empire due to the population and territory growth that ocurred as a result of expansion fueled by religious purposes and the distant nature of the government, regarding the provision goods to its people, whereas, contrastingly, trade was a minor part of Inca culture due to the reciprocity between the government and the people that arose because the Inca state wanted to ensure that tasks with religious significance would be completed.
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During the period from 1000 to 1500 CE, both Aztec and Inca were similar in that their political structures were based on expansionist ideology using militaristic imperialism and noble-ruled state bureaucracies; however, differed in that Aztec’s conquest for land was driven by pursuit of human sacrifices from war captives due to religious factors, while Inca used conquest for land-based resources. Economically, they were similar in that both Aztec and Inca were agriculture-based empires that had limited trade with outside cultures, but differed in that Aztecs used chinampas for agriculture, while Incas used the mita labor system for production. Economically, religion played a more impactful role in Inca than Aztec by injecting a strong cult of ancestor worship that led to the tribute offerings. Socially, both Aztec and Inca were similar in that outside ethnic groups were accepted as long as tributes, regarding offerings to deities, were paid.
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The civilizations of the Aztec and the Inca, in 1000 to 1500 AD, were both strongly affected by their religions. The civilizations were different in their economic structure in that the Incas had more self reliant systems, while the Aztecs required more trade to survive, but, they were similar in their agriculture in that both used complex and unique irrigation systems for their agriculture, they were also similar in their belief systems in that both Civilizations’ culture was strongly and equally affected by their sacrifice and tribute system
In Mesoamerica, the two major civilizations of the Aztecs and the Incas flourished in the period of 1000-1500. They were similar in their emphasis on an agricultural base. Due to this emphasis, religion played a major role in societal life, dedicating a majority of time and resources on the worshipping of deities. However, the Aztecs and Incas differed in both their trade networks due to the Aztec’s emphasis on expansion contrasting with the Inca’s preference of self-sufficiency (how to include religion?). They also contrasted in their method of governance, with the Aztecs being less centralized and the Incas having strict control over their people. While in both civilizations the ruler was considered a god, the Aztec empire was structured as a loose empire filled with separate city-states. In contrast, the Incas ruled under one major empire and had strict governance over the entire empire.
Thesis Statement: During the time period of 1000-1500, both the Aztec and Inca civilizations rose to become great imperial empires, building upon the rich cultural, political, and economic practices that had been established by prior civilizations. The economies of both these empires were highly organized in their approach to agricultural practices; they controlled the development and distribution of their crops to ensure the stability of the state. Both civilizations were militaristic and commanded the fear of nomads and neighboring city-states. The Aztecs, in particular, used their strong belief in human sacrifice to maintain control over the people, and to consolidate power in the ruling classes. A major distinction between the Aztecs and the Incas was their different approach toward the people they conquered. The Aztecs forced “tribute” to be paid by the conquered people to the Aztec state, while the Incas attempted to infuse their cultural and religious practices on the conquered. Socially and culturally speaking, the Aztecs and Incas had different languages, religious beliefs, and hierarchal practices. The Aztecs spoke numerous languages, while the Inca used Ayllus-Quechua which allowed them to unify their empire. For both of these great civilizations, religion and giving homage to the gods played a major role in their daily lives and helped bring order and stability to the state.
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