Archaeologists working in Ecuador have recently presented their findings concerning Incan fortresses during the time of the Spanish invasion. The team identified more than 20 fortresses and 2 forts built in Ecuador during the height of the Incan Empire. These findings lend credence to the stories relayed by Conquistadors about the power and mobility of the Incan Armies.
The fortified structures displayed preparation for assault, long-term investment, and violent death. To learn more about these findings, read the article presented on FoxNews.