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7F-aztecs-Diana Alexis Hannah

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Transcript of 7F-aztecs-Diana Alexis Hannah

The Aztecs By Us Religion Social Classes The five social classes were
1. The King
2. Nobles
3. Commoners
4. Unskilled Laborers
5. The Enslaved Standard 7.7.2 Study the roles in Aztec society, including class structures, family life religious beliefs and practices and slavery. Nobles 5-10% of population
Traced their ancestry to the first king
Lived in comfy two floor homes
Nice clothes with many designs
good food such as turkey and other meats
government officials Commoners Question#1 What where the five social classes? lived with extended family
wore plain clothes
ate mainly corn, beans, and chili peppers
had a skill that each family mastered 1. The King
2. Nobles
3. Commoners
4. Unskilled Laborers
5. The Enslaved Answer #1 worshiped many gods
human sacrifices played a big role in this society
most ceremonies were in temples Slaves criminals or prisoners
could marry and own property
children born free Social Structure All Children attended school for a few years
boys got intense military training
girls learned home making
teachers were respected to the extremes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Question #2 What main religious practice
did they believe in? Economic Activities Artisans and Traders Question #3 Artisans: made fine crafts for nobles and other commoners
Traders: traveled all around the empire to trade goods like feathers and stones

Artisans and traders were respected in society hi diana Most Aztec families were farmers, but some were artisans or traders. Answer #2 human sacrifice Question #3 Answer#3 Citation Littell, McDougal World History: Medieval and early Modern times. Sacramento CED 2006 Hart Diane. Medieval early modern times. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: A Prentice Hall What did children from all three classes do? attended school for a few years
boys got intense military training
girls learned home making
teachers were respected to the extremes
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