They had metal.
what did the sumerians first used for trade
people of the indus valley
The Sumerians traded such products as wheat, barley, and copper tools.
These two civilizations existed about 1000 years apart FYI
I would say for perpouses of trade.
people candy sweets shoes trash
to earn money to build a ship
The Sumerians developed a large trade network in part because some of the resources their civilization required were not found in Mesopotamia. Wood is especially scarce in this region so lumber became one of the key trade items for the Sumerians. But most items the Sumerians traded for were those not available in Mesopotamia.
To keep track of trade
they had a surplus in grainGrain and oil
for their fur and maybe their smart or loyal
farming the land and trade
-Irrigation/agriculture -Clay Tablets -Transportation/trade
Achievements spread Through Trade
We will never know if there is any pictures of sumerians at work. But, there maybe is a picture that was drawn by someone. You can probably google search it and see if maybe they have a picture of them working. Sumerians did trade, and sell crops though.
Yes, a Harappan stamp seal was found in a Sumerian city, and the Sumerians wrote in their records about ships and goods from 'Meluhha' (their name for Harappa).
they needed wood and eventually they had to trade their surplus for it and other things they didn't have but needed badly.
so they can trade,comunicate with other places
what form of writing did the Sumerians invent
to keep records of trade and tax collection
it was invented by the sumerians in 3,500 B.C it was made for easy water transportation, fishing, and trade.