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.
Le Zendoodle peut s'avérer fort utile pour reproduire des motifs à inspiration aztèque. Attention! Le Zendoodle sert à tracer des lignes et des points, mais ne donne pas un beau résultat lorsqu'il sert à noircir de plus grandes surfaces...
Aztec Leopard Warrior V.1 - The Aztec Leopard Warrior was just one of the many colorful combatants that Montezuma I referred to as the “Flowery Warriors” who were in the continual Aztec conflicts. They were like shock troops in the battle, but also dedicated to their own literal sacrifice. Theirs was a life of ritual and union with the “gods.” Their traditions and training gave them a special standing in Aztec society. That culture is still alive and practiced in Mexico today.
The Aztec society transitioned and became increasingly hierarchical. Different social classes emerged but the Capulli organization survived. It was during this time that it was discovered that tribute from their own people was just not enough and they needed much more.