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Which classes of people were equal to one another?

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    What does your book say?

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    emperor
    chosen by nobles and priests to lead in war

    priest - performed rituals, gaves advice, and ran schools
    nobles - served as officals, judges, and governers

    warriors
    could become nobles by killing or capturing enemies

    merchants - often acted as apies for the empire
    artisans - passed skills on to their children

    farmers - made up most of the population

    slaves - were mostly captives or criminals

  • SS7R - Hw. Qs. Help - Aztecs - ,

    Two different classes each has two different occupations. What are they?

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    merchants & artisans?

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    Right!

    Nobles and priests were also in the same class.

  • SS7R - Hw. Qs. Help - Aztecs - ,

    so the answer is Nobles and priests?

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    im just making sure because when you ask me that question I thought it was a different question but similar to my question

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    Both are good answers.

    Merchants and artisans were considered in one class.

    Nobles and priests were also considered in the same class.

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    ok just making sure

    thanks :)

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    :-)

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