Consider diderot’s views of the “moralizing” art of chardin. can art affect its viewers’ actions or moral decisions? if so, does the artist have an obligation to act as a moralizing influence? can you think of relevant parallels in recent art, literature, music or television?
ok.you can know i am right because i have my history book right here.
answer: a. they conquered the maya.
explanation: the inca did do all of the following.
b. they had a highly organized military.
(proof) honestly, i could not find proof but i think this is the answer, i am sorry.
c. they mummified deceased royal family members.
(proof) " the ancient egyptians, the inca mummified their dead."
d. they built cities and fortresses on the highlands of the andes mountains.
(proof) "far to the south, along the spine of the andes mountains, rose another great " (btw this doesn't tell you it was from the inca, but it was the first sentence under the title - "the inca"
the answer is d, it increased production efficiency of a us cash crop that was in high demand in other nations.