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  1. Spectre (2015) - IMDb

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    Nov 06, 2015 · A cryptic message from James Bond's past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organisation named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth about the author of all his pain in his most recent missions.

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  2. Spectre (2015 film) - Wikipedia

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    Spectre is a 2015 spy film and the twenty-fourth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures. It is the fourth film to feature Daniel Craig as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond, and the second film in the series directed by Sam Mendes following Skyfall.

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    Everything goes down hill after the dire theme song 10 minutes into 'Spectre'. This film is a Jaw-dislocating yawn. Absolutely boring film with ridiculous story line e.g. fight scene on a night train when Bond and his exquisitely beautiful lover get beaten half to death, then walk back into their trian carriage and make love.

  4. Spectre (2015) - Rotten Tomatoes - Movie Trailers

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    Movie Info A cryptic message from the past leads James Bond (Daniel Craig) to Mexico City and Rome, where he meets the beautiful widow (Monica Bellucci) of an infamous criminal. After infiltrating...

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    The Inca people began as a tribe in the Cuzco area around the 12th century AD. Under the leadership of Manco Capac, they formed the small city-state of Cuzco (Quechua Qosqo), shown in red on the map. In 1438 AD, under the command of Sapa Inca (paramount leader) Pachacuti, whose name literally meant "world-shaker", they began a far-reaching expansion. The land Pachacuti conquered was about the size of the Thirteen Colonies of the United Statesin 1776, and consisted of nearly the entire Andes mountain range. Pachacuti reorganized the kingdom of Cuzco into an empire, the Tahuantinsuyu, a federalist system which consisted of a central government with the Inca at its head and four provincial governments with strong leaders: Chinchasuyu (NW), Antisuyu (NE), Contisuyu (SW), and Collasuyu (SE). Pachacuti is also thought to have built Machu Picchu, either as a family home or as a Camp David-like retreat. Pachacuti would send spies to regions he wanted in his empire who would report back on t...

    Spanish conquistadors led by Francisco Pizarro explored south from Panama, reaching Inca territory by 1526. It was clear that they had reached a wealthy land with prospects of great treasure, and after one more expedition (1529), Pizarro travelled to Spain and received royal approval to conquer the region and be its viceroy. At the time they returned to Peru, in 1532, a war of succession between Huayna Capac's sons Huascar and Atahualpa and unrest among newly-conquered territories-- and perhaps more importantly, smallpox, which had spread from Central America-- had considerably weakened the empire. Pizarro did not have a formidable force; with just 180 men, 1 cannon and only 27 horses, he often needed to talk his way out of potential confrontations that could have easily wiped out his party. Their first engagement was the battle of Puná, near present-day Guayaquil, Ecuador; Pizarro then founded the city of Piura in July 1532. Hernando de Soto was sent inland to explore the interior,...

    After the fall of Tahuantinsuyu, the new Spanish rulers brutally repressed the people and their traditions. Many aspects of Inca culture were systematically destroyed, including their sophisticated farming system. The Spanish used the Inca mita (mandatory public service) system to literally work the people to death. One member of each family was forced to work in the gold and silver mines, the foremost of which was the titanic silver mine at Potosí. When one family member died, which would usually happen within a year or two, the family would be required to send a replacement. The major languages of the empire, Quechua and Aymara, were employed by the Catholic Church to evangelize in the Andean region. In some cases, these languages were taught to peoples who had originally spoken other indigenous languages. Today, Quechua and Aymara remain the most widespread Amerindian languages. The legend of the Inca has served as inspiration for resistance movements in the region. These include...

    Political organization of the empire

    The most powerful figure in the empire was the Sapa Inca ('the unique Inca'). When a new ruler was chosen, his subjects would build his family a new royal dwelling. The former royal dwelling would remain the dwelling of the former Inca's family. Only descendants of the original Inca tribe ever ascended to the level of Inca. Most young members of the Inca's family attended Yachayhuasis (houses of knowledge) to obtain their education. The Tahuantinsuyu was a federalist system which consisted of...

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    The Inca were a conquering society, and their expansionist assimilation of other cultures is evident in their artistic style. The artistic style of the Inca utilized the vocabulary of many regions and cultures, but incorporated these themes into a standardized imperial style that could easily be replicated and spread throughout the empire. The simple abstract geometric forms and highly stylized animal representation in ceramics, wood carvings, textiles and metalwork were all part of the Inca...

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    The Inca used quipu, knotted cords, for accounting and census purposes. Most of the information on the quipus has been shown to be numeric data; some numbers seem to have been used as mnemonic labels, and the color, spacing, and structure of the quipu carried information as well. Since it isn't known how to interpret the coded or non-numeric data, some scholars still hope to find that the quipu recorded language. The Inca depended largely on oral transmission as a means of maintaining the pre...

    The Disney movie The Emperor's New Groove follows the adventures of a greedy emperor of a fictitious mountainous South American empire. While no direct reference is made to the Incas, the Emperor,...

    Note 1:Before the official orthography, during the use of hispanic spellings, it was written as tahuantinsuyo.
    Note 2:Tawantin suyu derives from the Quechua "tawa" (four) , to which the sufix "-ntin" (together or united) is added, followed by "suyu" (region or province), which roughly renders as "The land o...
    Andrien, Kenneth (2001). Andean Worlds.
    Hemming, John (1970). Conquest of the Incas.
    Stone-Miller, Rebecca (1995). Art of the Andes, from Chavin to Inca.
  6. Spectre movie review & film summary (2015) | Roger Ebert

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    Whatever the explanation (s), "Spectre" is the third Bond film in a row to write conceptual and dramatic checks that the movie itself can't cash. We're at the point now where these films are consistently more fun to anticipate than they are to watch. The media campaigns tend to be more cunning and surprising than anything that ends up onscreen.

  7. 007 Spectre Trailer 2 (2015) Daniel Craig James Bond Movie HD [Official Trailer]

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  8. SPECTRE - Wikipedia

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    SPECTRE (an acronym for Sp ecial E xecutive for C ounter-intelligence, T errorism, R evenge and E xtortion) is a fictional organisation featured in the James Bond novels by Ian Fleming, the films based on those novels, and James Bond video games.

  9. SPECTRE /full movie/ NO IS 007 - YouTube

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    Is not james bonnn. no no no is,,,,, NO no it is james boon 007. Is not james bonnn. no no no is,,,,, NO no it is james boon 007. James Bond Spectre Full Mov...

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