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Ancient Greece's Social Classes

Social classes of ancient greece

Hannah Orlando

on 29 October 2012

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Ancient Greece's
Social Classes By Damilama and Hannah Middle Class Most of the middle class was not citizens. Mainly the middle class was made up of craftsmen, artist,
merchants, tradesmen, contractors, managers and manufacturers. Slaves The Slaves were owned by free people/ wealthier people. The cost of a slave was 50-1,000 dollars. Rich people would have up 50 slaves. Slaves were bought from slave traders or were captured in war. Slaves were rarely paid.
If a slave misbehaved they were beaten. Introduction The greeks believed they weren't created equaly There are 4 social classes in Ancient
Greece. There is the Slaves, freemen/Lower Class, metics/middle class, and the high class. The best remains of these were in Athens. The High Class The upper class wanted to be most powerful and have the
lower classes do the dirty work. To be part of the high class you had to be a citizen and not have a job. This class was very small, there were about 300 family's that were part of it. Lower Class https://sites.google.com/site/greececulturalstudies/

http://atschool.eduweb.co.uk/sirrobhitch.suffolk/portland%20state%20university%20greek%20civilization%20home%20page%20v2/docs/7/ryan.html Biblio Most people in the lower class had once been slaves. If the slaves had earned enough money they would buy there freedom and become part of the lower class. The lower class still wasn't considered as a citizen.
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