Aztec Society Family

Aztec Society Family

The Aztecs.. An  amazing   civilization  that once thrived near the modern day mexico... It is interesting to know that the Aztecs had no working animals such as the horse! Their only domesticated animals were dogs, ducks, geese, quails and turkeys. Aztec people never used beast of burden. Agricultural works and land transportation depended mainly on human power (mostly slaves).So yeah basically they were a  STONE  AGE  civilization.

The Aztecs

The Aztecs.. An amazing civilization that once thrived near the modern day mexico... It is interesting to know that the Aztecs had no working animals such as the horse! Their only domesticated animals were dogs, ducks, geese, quails and turkeys. Aztec people never used beast of burden. Agricultural works and land transportation depended mainly on human power (mostly slaves).So yeah basically they were a STONE AGE civilization.

Social Classes: The Nobel class was the highest class and consisted of government, military leader, high level priests, and lords. The commoner class consisted of farmers, artisans, merchants, and low-level priests. The serfs and slaves were the lowest class.

Social Classes

Social Classes: The Nobel class was the highest class and consisted of government, military leader, high level priests, and lords. The commoner class consisted of farmers, artisans, merchants, and low-level priests. The serfs and slaves were the lowest class.

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Click on image: Women in Aztec society: In an Aztec society family, a husband may have had more than one wife. The husband was supposed to treat all wives equally in daily life.

Click on image: Women in Aztec society: In an Aztec society family, a husband may have had more than one wife. The husband was supposed to treat all wives equally in daily life.

Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies: THE AZTECS: AZTEC SOCIETY. Relates to Frontispiece of the Codex Mendoza. Viceroyalty of New Spain. c. 1541–1542 C.E. Pigment on paper.

Foundation for the Advancement of Mesoamerican Studies: THE AZTECS: AZTEC SOCIETY. Relates to Frontispiece of the Codex Mendoza. Viceroyalty of New Spain. c. 1541–1542 C.E. Pigment on paper.

Aztec Women Hairstyles      Makeup was frowned upon in Aztec society, but some people applied it. And this is more likely what the noblewomen wore, commoners probably looked more like the women without the yellow paint applied. This information comes from the Sahagun’s Florentine Codex and Clavigero’s History of Mexico.

Aztec Women Hairstyles Makeup was frowned upon in Aztec society, but some people applied it. And this is more likely what the noblewomen wore, commoners probably looked more like the women without the yellow paint applied. This information comes from the Sahagun’s Florentine Codex and Clavigero’s History of Mexico.

(S and A) Aztec women were required to perform household duties, and were known for their skills in weaving. While they were given privileges like the ability to inherit and pass down property, the military state made men the dominant sex in Aztec society.

(S and A) Aztec women were required to perform household duties, and were known for their skills in weaving. While they were given privileges like the ability to inherit and pass down property, the military state made men the dominant sex in Aztec society.

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