Mitma was a policy of forced resettlement employed by the Incas. It involved the forceful migration of groups of extended families or ethnic groups from their home territory to lands recently conquered by the Incas. The objective was to transfer both loyalty to the state and a cultural baggage of Inca culture such as language, technology, economic...
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(from the article `pre-Columbian civilizations`) He probably also began the policy of forced resettlement, or mitma, about this time, in order to ensure both loyalty to the state and better ...
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