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A small house was made of of brick for the Huetzin. Some houses were large because family lived together.
Telpuchcalli was the school. The schools were sponsored by family. Both boys and girls attended the schools, girls learned arts and crafts while boys learned warfare.
Huetzin wore clothes made out of cotton, the clothes had decoration on them.
For meals women would serve the men, then the men would eat separate.
After the meals the family would do chores. Once done, the Huetzin would unroll his sleeping mat from the corner and lay down.
"Ok class pack up!"
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