Machu Picchu is the most famous reminder of ancient Inca culture, but it's by no means the only one. Archeological remains from the Inca Empire have been drawing scientists, historians, and tourists to South America for many years. Readers explore these archaeological finds and what they've taught us about Inca culture and daily life. As detailed main text and fact boxes provide readers with information about the Inca people, vibrant photographs and historical images help them visualize life among this group of people. Readers will enjoy exploring essential social studies curriculum topics and relating the information to their own lives.