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In Incan mythology, Inti was the sun god, as well the patron deity of the Incan Empire father of the first Incan emperor, Manco Capac I, as well as Mama Oello, Kon and Pachacamac by his wife, Mama Quilla.. He was a son of Viracocha and Mama Cocha.

Alternative: Apu Punchau ("head of the day")

Peru for a time had two units of currency, the inti and the sol.


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