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Each group was like a family unit. There were 10 to 20 people in each group. Each group was called an ayllu. In each ayllu, each person was assigned a job. Common people had no freedom. They could not own or run a business. They couldn't own luxury goods. The only items common people would have in their home were things they needed for their job. A part of the incas diet was potato (papa) but, not just one or two kinds of potato the Incas had forty types of potatoes (in colors of white, yellow, red, pink, gray, brown, purple, black, spots and stripes). Another part of the Incas diet was corn. there were so many names for corn like sara, choclo, and saraaka. the Incas developed a method of recording information which didn't involve writing, it involved knots in strings called a qupiu. the quipu was a tool with one end fix and the other end loose if one wanted two represent the number 243 then two small knots would have to be tied close together close to the fixed end to represent the hundreds place, four knots in the middle to represent the tens place and three close to the loose end to represent the ones place. The incas never got to write like us but they had there own type of writing called the quipu. they kept records on this on what people owed the empire in gold, silver, wood etc. the sapa also used the quipu to keep track of the population. In the Inca civilization they play a sport that is a mixture of basketball, kickball, and soccer its called Tlachti. Tlachti is not a fair game because the teams are mixed up. its played with protective gear and the losers are sacrifice to the gods. pictures