To the right of them, that is toward the south, extended a great well-paved road which led to the imperial capital of Cuzco.
Sayac means a station or division, Anta is a small town near Cuzco.
All accounts agree in speaking of the bolson of Cuzco as well provided by nature in this respect.
Besides all this, he had an infinite quantity of silver and gold unwrought in Cuzco.'
Some of these he ordained were to be deposited with his body in the great temple of the Sun at Cuzco.
He was taken prisoner to Cuzco and held in captivity for a while.
He was in consequence attacked by the Inca troops, but these he repulsed with heavy losses, and then entered Cuzco in triumph.
If this is so, "el Cuzco" has the significance of "the Navel" (of the World).
He was kindly received by the viceroy, and then went to Cuzco, where he lodged in his aunt's house.
Manco was "crowned" with the borla or fringe on March 24, 1534, at Cuzco.
city in Peru, former capital of the Inca Empire, from Quechua (Inca), literally "navel," in a figurative meaning "center" (of the world, as the navel is the center of the body). Other places known as "navel of the world" include Delphi, Jerusalem, Rome, Easter Island, and Mount Kailash in Tibet.