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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aztec

In other contexts, Aztec may refer to all the various city states and their peoples, who shared large parts of their ethnic history and cultural traits with the Mexica, Acolhua and Tepanecs, and who often also used the Nahuatl language as a lingua franca. In this meaning, it is possible to talk about an Aztec civilization including ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trade_in_Maya_civilization

It is suggested that because the Maya were so skilled as traders, they may have spared themselves from the wrath of the expanding Aztec empire. The Aztecs valued the Maya for their able to produce and trade a variety of different commodities, and because of this, the Aztecs did not feel the need to conquer the Maya.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inca_road_system

The Inca used the road system for a variety of purposes. Not only did the road simply provide transportation for people who were traveling through the empire, the road also provided many military and religious purposes for the Inca. Ordinary people were not allowed to travel along the roads for private purposes without ...

www.mexicolore.co.uk/aztecs/kids/aztec-transport

Using the feet as transport. The Aztecs were no strangers to walking. As we have already mentioned, they went on a very long pilgrimage, and they were used to travelling overland for trade or to wage war. This is how they did it... • Dress for war – many travellers walked in large expeditions. This is particularly true of the ...

www.reference.com/history/aztec-transportation-like-f3eeed9ff94fdac8

The Aztecs main form of transportation was walking. They did not have any animals that could be used as a mode of transportation, and as a result, they had no kind of cart...

www.answers.com/Q/What_are_the_Aztec_transportation

The Aztecs had roads, but no animals or wheeled vehicles to use on them. This meant all the roads were used fo foot travell only. An additional note in reference to traveling by foot, sandals were worn only for battle and long distance travel. They did have the wheel, which has been found numerously in toys (children pull  ...

www.maya-aztec.com/2010/07/09/mayan-systems-of-transportation

Jul 9, 2010 ... Mayan Systems of Transportation. Category: Maya. It is believed ... In addition, they were used to connect the major ceremonial centers with the outlying districts . The longest Mayan road ... These merchants used cacao beans for currency, and the beans had a fixed market price. The Mayans had no beasts ...

www.funtrivia.com/askft/Question52710.html

Nov 27, 2004 ... "Tlamemes". They carried them out in a wooden box attached to their back with a rope around their forehead. Also called "Mecapaleros". Canoes were also used to travel around lakes, rivers or the coast. link https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Tlamemeh [Added link on Septemmber 20, 2016] ...

mayaincaaztec.com/masyoftr.html

Coastal Mayan groups used canoes to supply inland groups with salt, dried fish, shells, and pearls. 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 along well established routes. However, most merchants found it much ...