WHAT FOODS DID THE MAYANS TRADE?
Yes they did Trade with others
The Mayans recorded trade and ceremonial rituals.laws of their society
The people of indus valley did not trade with the mayans
Human heads /hearts
They traded with the Mayans
they would use trade
Well they often used it for trade.
The Mayans were indeed farmers. They grew corn, beans, and squash. They grew more food than they needed and used it for trade.
The ancient Mayans traded salt, pottery, cloth, and lots of other stuff.
They either transported it through land or sea.
To have smooth roads that you can take to trade their goods
Whatever they made. For example, Jades, Food and other items
They traded monkey's, bananas obsidian, and human hearts.
i think it was cocoa beans. if not i think the mayans traded that
Yes, the Mayans traded their art for other goods.
Yes. Their economy was based on agriculture, and trade was very important too.
corn, old stuff, and Mayan things. i think gold 2
Mayans farmed simply. because the whether was hot their crops would dry and need water, so they used to trade some of the soil from their highlands to their lowlands so they would both grow.
The Aztecs, Mayans, and Incas were the Native Americans! Yes, they fought with and conquered many of their neighboring the Native American tribes.
Earlier wars were fought for captives for human sacrifice, and for land, natural resources and control of trade networks.
The Mayans lived in a civilized southern section of Mexico. They were farmers by trade so they found land that was fertile and had a water that was abundant.
I would have to say trade, because they didn't have the technology or sources to produce "silver" or "gold" coins. Also paper money hasn't been invented yet in that time period.