Oxford University is older than the Aztec Empire and 4 more “ancient” things

Inca Empire.

Inca Empire. Source: Wikimedia

The Inca Empire

Yes, this list features another ancient civilization of the Western Hemisphere. The Inca Empire originated around the 12th century – at least a few years if not decades after the first classes in Oxford started. The Empire was one of the most advanced ancient civilizations, famous for its incredibly advanced transport system that was way ahead of its time and connected the north of the Empire (modern Columbia) to the south (central Chile). They were also one of the most peaceful and diplomatic nations of the ancient world.

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