Francisco Pizarro. However, the Incan empire was already declining from disease brought by previous Spanish conquistadors.
internal struggles: * civil wars * unstable politics * Charlemagne's death * Charlemagne's grandsons' fighting over land external struggles: * Magyars and Vikings invasions
The Moche civilization was in northern Peru from about 100 AD to 800 AD. It is believed that the Moche were not together as one people under one ruler. Instead, they were probably individual villages with tribal leaders that shared a culture. The Inca Empire was the largest empire in pre-Columbian America. This ran from approximately 1438 to 1533. Spanish conquistadors led by Francisco Pizarro explored south from what is today Panama, reaching Inca territory by 1526. Also Inca civil war between the two brothers led to their decline.
the events that were led to destruction of taoism was games plays, civil wars traveling and making new stuff up.
The scramble for the natural resources is usually one of the events that lead to the outbreak of the war.
After the growth of the Ottoman Empire, the state had already reached its pinnacle. This led to the stagnation and decline of the Ottoman Empire, which lasted hundreds of years.
The period of disorder after the decline of the Roman Empire led to an extended period of disunity during the Middle Ages that was characterized by feudalism.
The short answer is: infighting and the plague.
It's takeover by Alexander the great.
The greed for land and money led to decline of Mughal Empire since more taxes were levied on peasant farmers such as the zazia tax on hindus.
Persia lost the battles of Granicus, Issus and Gaugamela, which led to Alexander's takeover of the Persian Empire.
The Aztecs had a lot of enemies and when the Spanish conquistadors arrived to Mexico the Aztec enemies were more than happy to help the Spanish destroy the Aztecs.
Francisco Pizarro led a band of Spaniards to Peru where they conquered the Incan Empire.
It's takeover by Alexander the Great.
Invasion by an ambitious Alexander the Great who took over the Empire and turned it into an empire of his own.