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R. Jones

Curious about the World

Latin is a term that relates to Latin America, language spoken in ancient Rome or other cities of Latium. It also relates to the script of the language spoken in ancient Rome. Spanish, on the other hand, is a term pertaining to Spain, her culture, people, and the Spanish language. In other words, it means a native of Spain or the language spoken in Spain.

The first difference between Latin and Spanish is that while Latin originated from Latium in Italy, Spanish originated from Spain. According to research, Latin is regarded as an ancient language, and it is no longer used as a native language, whereas the Spanish language was created from Latin scripts, and it is still being spoken till today by millions of people around the world. Since the Latin language is no longer being used as a native language, it can be regarded as a dead language, while Spanish is a living language.

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The Amazon River
The Andes Mountains
The Amazon Rainforest

The large section of the American continents, that is, stretching from the North; Mexico via Chile and the South; Argentina is broadly referred to as the Latin America. It is a home to millions of people and yet a massive chunk of territory.

The physical geography of Latin America, or the actual landforms and physical features that define it to include two parts of continents, two hemisphere and numerous climate zone. We can best understand it by dividing it into two sub-regions.

Occupying the flat plains of eastern South America, The Amazon is the world most largest rainforest mainly within the nation of Brazil.

The Andes Mountains On the western edge of South America is an entirely different region. Containing harsh peaks and fertile mountain valleys at elevations over 20,000 feet in elevation The Andes are the longest mountain range in the world.

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The Incan Empire was overthrown by Francisco Pizarro, who was a Spanish conquistador. The Spanish conquest of the Incan empire was an important campaign in the Spanish colonization of the Americas. The Spanish conquered the Incans after a victorious battle known as the Battle of Cajamarca in 1532. The Incan empire was the most significant pre-Columbian succession disputes between the ruling family.

Unrests in the newly conquered territory and the spread of chickenpox further weakened the Incan empire against external attacks. Disputes between the sons of the emperor triggered the Incan war giving the Spanish an upper hand in acquiring support from local leaders. The Spanish had superiority over the Incas regarding their military knowledge and tactics as well as support from native tribes who sought to end the rule of the Incan dynasty.

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Pro. it means "for" in Latin. it is an acceptable answer

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13, count 'em!

dot means .

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Didn't understand format on first question so put puellam which is correct

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