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Founding of the Incan Empire

The Four Ayar brothers came out of the sea. On the way
to Cuzco, one by one three of them died. One of them,
Manco Capac makes it and he finds the Empire with
the help of the Sun God. (Inti) So Manco Capac is
the first Inca.

Submitter comment: Even though it is known that this is not a true story,
it is taught in all the schools in Peru.

Where learned: Peru

Subject headings: PROSE NARRATIVE -- Secular hero

Date learned: 00001970S

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