Savoyard is a dialect of Arpitan (Franco-Provençal). It is spoken in some territories of the historical Duchy of Savoy, nowadays a geographic area spanning France (in Savoie and Haute-Savoie) and Switzerland (in the canton of Geneva). The varieties are commonly known as patois. It has around 35 thousand speakers today.
Inca warriors, ca. 1500 AD. The Inca empire, called Tawantinsuyu (Kichwa for "The Four Quarters"), was formed largely out of cultural conquest and the sheer size of the military rather than any tactical excellence. This deficiency would come back to haunt the Incas when Pizarro's band of a few hundred men quickly routed an unprepared Incan army of 7000 men, most of whom were unarmed and almost none of whom were arrayed for battle.