The Ruler's Roles In The Aztec Social Pyramid

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The roles of the Aztecs in the Aztec social pyramid helped to create the strong and solid civilization that we know today. To begin, the ruler's role in the Aztec social pyramid was to " maintain the empire" and to decide when to go to war. In addition, the roles of the government officials, priests, and military officials was to politically govern, patrol, and collect tribute from the commoners and peasants. Furthermore, the roles of the commoners was to be the essential spine of the Aztec empire. They had a variety of roles including being spies, trading on the market, crafting for the emperor, farmed crops, and paid tribute. To add on, the roles of the peasants was to give their services to nobles. Last but not least, the bottom dwellers

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