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Social Structure and Dynamics
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activities agricultural apparently areas artisans Azcapotzalco Aztec beans Berdan cacao calendar calmecac calpulli central Mexico ceremonies Chapter chiles chinampa cihuacoatl city-state cloaks clothing colonial commoners conquered conquest Cortes cotton cultivation culture dancing Duran empire example feast feathers featherworkers Figure friars goddess gods gold groups high-ranking honor household Huitzilopochtli human sacrifice ibid important Indian indigenous labor lands Lord luxury macehualtin maguey maize major marketplace mayeque Mesoamerica mestizos Mexica Mexica ruler military Moctezuma Xocoyotzin Nahuatl Nezahualpilli nobility nobles offered palace patron deity persons pipiltin pochteca political population positions priests production professional merchants provinces Quetzalcoatl Rabbit religious residence ritual rule Sahagun served sixteenth century slaves social Spain Spaniards Spanish status stone tamales tecutli telpochcalli temple Tenochtitlan Texcoco Tezcatlipoca Tlacopan Tlaloc Tlatelolco tlatoani tlatoque Tlaxcallans tonalpohualli tribute Triple Alliance Triple Alliance capitals urban Valley of Mexico warfare warriors women Zorita