1350- 1533 CE
The Incan economy was based on trade and services. This was due to the fact that they had no form of currency. For taxes the Incas used their crops. They sent some of there crops to the king. Everyone worked no matter what because they built roads through out their civilization. To the Incas the most valuable traded object was cloth. Cloth was very hard to produce; only nobles were allowed to use prime cloth. The other trade objects that the Incas used were pots, ropes, lamas, gold and silver.
Inca art and pottery was as technically advanced as some of the Inca masonry used in their buildings; an example of which being Machu Picchu, however none of the Inca art depicts their building skills which is surprising considering how advanced it was.Around Cuzco the pottery was superb and advanced on what their predecessors created before them.