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Marriage: Hey there! I'm going to show you the practices and customs of Aztec society! Like marriage. It was a complicated process. They needed the man's teacher to cut him free of school with an axe (symbolically of course). The female has to be washed by her friends and family females, as a way to get their approval. The bride and maid are given clothes from their partner's parents. Yeah, a little too much fro me. I got married in my dad's backyard!
Social Classes: If you thought complicated, wait till you here the social classes. Their were seven social classes. The rulers and nobles were they highest. They controlled the government. Then their were priests who here the educated and who were usually who the rulers looked to for advice. Warriors were soldiers who were able to work their way up by proving loyal to their ruler. Craftsmen were those who made things for other such as self-portraits. Trades man were the not so wealthy ones who would scavenge off people who were willing to trade. Peasants were those who worked for other for limited money. Then finally their were slaves who worked for their ruler for no money whatsoever.
Execution was the most simplest process. Do something bad, the ruler decides your time in jail or your execution.
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