Blue Box Number 44

Blue Box Number 44
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The Ancient Inca government was largely a monarchy. Power passed from father to son. However, the Incas did not practice primogeniture. Primogeniture is the right of the eldest son to inherit the title and property. Instead, the Incas expected a bloody dynastic struggle. They believed that if the winner was cunning enough to seize control of the throne, then he probably had what it took to rule the empire.