Tlatelolco Aztec Market - The great daily market at Tlatelolco was controlled by a merchant class (pochteca) that specialized in long-distance luxury item trade. The Aztecs had a state-controlled mixed economy: tribute, markets, commodity use, and distribution were highly regulated.
"House Built on Flood Plain." Riverine communities or #fishingvillages are one of the major types of village communities in #Cambodia. These communities are characterized by a mixed economy; they are self-sufficient in rice and fish, and their diets are supplemented by seasonal market produce.
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