2 Social organization; 3 Education; 4 Trade and commerce; 5 Agriculture; 6
Notes; 7 References ... They held on to their language, many of their religious
systems, and ... The word altepetl, however...
Little is known of the earliest Aztecs, they did not keep a written record. Their ....
The Aztecs received nearly all of their food from foreign trade. ..... Cortes reported
that the central market of Tlatelolco, Tenochtitlan's sister city, was visited by ....
way to transport goods, the local markets were an essential part of Aztec...
The Mayans had no beasts of burden or wheels to carry their heavy loads.
Instead, trade goods were transported on the backs of slaves who traveled ...
These merchants used cacao beans for currency, and the beans had a fixed
Dec 27, 2006 ... The Aztec did not have metal currency, what did they use for their currency? ...
How did the Aztecs transport their goods to market for trade?
A~tec trade goods from the Basin of Mexico (ceramics and obsidian) are
widespread, while imports from other areas are ... hlesoamerica were offered for
sale in the Tenochtitlan market- place ... basins were used to manufacture and
transport salt from the sa- ... easy to recognize from their crumbly fine pink-to-
Did you know that the Aztec empire spread hundreds of miles across the whole of
... In it, the Aztecs go about their daily business transporting goods and ... On the
upper right hand side of the island is the great market of Tlatelolco. ... a very long
pilgrimage, and they were used to travelling overland for trade or to wage war.
Texcoco prompting the Aztecs to found their capital city, Tenochtitlan. ... highly
developed with causeways between islands for transport, aqueducts to carry
fresh ... temples, palaces and market places. Trade. The Aztecs designed roads
for travel by foot ... goods such as jewellery, textiles and pottery came from craft
A brief history of the Aztecs and a description of their daily life. ... Instead they
forced them to pay tribute (goods like gold, feathers, weapons and precious
stones). ... Merchants who carried out long distance trade were called pochteca.
... Although the Aztecs did not use iron and bronze some craftsmen made jewelry
Like other regions around the planet, Central and South America saw their own ...
This timeline will focus on the three main civilizations: the Mayans, Aztecs and
Incas! ... allowed trade to develop and to bring in goods that city-states did not
have. .... Let's take a closer look at the image above, a market scene in Aztec
Sep 9, 2013 ... Prior to European contact in 1519, what did the Aztec people eat? ... long-
distance trade, but space for farming, especially on the island, was at a premium
... Visiting Xochimilco's canals and market is a popular weekend .... poverty rural
settlement tourism trade transport transportation urban volcanoes water ...