mayans - Slo usaban el trueque Distribuan jade algodn...

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    Sólo usaban el trueque Distribuían: jade, algodón, conchas, pescado, sal y pedernal A veces usaban el cacao como moneda El anau (gobernantes) distribuían tierra a familias para rango social Embarcaciones transportaban veinte a cuarenta personas Construían carreteras y caminos (“caminos blancos”)
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    Vivían con padres y hijos y a veces adoptaban jóvenes Ma íz eran sus comida de la primera importancia Escribían con glifos
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