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"By 1100, a threshold was reached which enabled Incans to start scaling the mountains, re-landscaping the slopes and putting in terrace systems for agriculture, but also, there was more meltwater from the glacier feeding new irrigation systems," said Chepstow-Lusty.
Drawing from Mayan, Incans, West African, and Spanish sources, these pieces told the Nativity story through music in celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ.
As he leads readers around the world, he also takes them across cultures and centuries, tracing the history of salt's influences from China (site of the first salt works, salt tax, and salt war) and ancient Africa (in Egypt, salt was an essential substance in mummification) to Europe (in 12th-century Provence, France, salt merchants built a system of salt evaporation ponds) and the Americas (the Incans, Aztecs, and Mayans rose to power because of salt).
wheeler says that the Incans never hybridized alpacas and llamas after their domestication 6,000 to 7, 000 years ago.
It is called "Empires of Mystery" and it is all about the ancient Incans. You remember them - they domesticated the llama.