Antisuyu Quechua anti east , suyu quadrant [1] region, part of a territory, each of the four regions which formed the Inca Empire , [2] "eastern region" was the eastern part of the Inca Empire which bordered on the modern-day Upper Amazon region which the Anti inhabited. Along with Chinchaysuyu , it was part of the Hanan Suyukuna or "upper quarters" of the empire, [3] [4] constituting half of the Tahuantinsuyu , the "four parts bound together" that comprised the empire. Antisuyu is the second smallest of the suyus. It was located northwest of Cusco in the high Andes. According to some sources, Antisuyu was not the smallest of the Incan suyus , citing that its territory may have included the eastern slope of the Tahuantinsuyu as well as the adjoining tropical lowlands along the length of the empire.

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Sobre los gobernantes, Julio R. El Inca Garcilaso de la Vega dice al respecto:. Por el otro bando, tras hacer sus rituales los chancas a la localidad de Cochacalla y se prepararon para la inevitable batalla. De esta misma mucho se desconoce o se ha mezclado con la leyenda. La resistencia ofrecida por los sinchis Guacralla, de Soras, y Puxayco, de Chalco, fue desbaratada con facilidad. El cuerpo del Inca difunto fue paseado en andas por el Cusco portando sus armas e insignias reales. Estos pueblos se juntaron y resolvieron pelear por su libertad.


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