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 society was hierarchical and divided into clearly defined classes. The nobility dominated the key positions in the military, state administration, judiciary, and priesthood. While traders could become...
Slavery in Aztec society was in some ways more humane than in Western cultures. While some slaves were punished criminals or prisoners of war, others sold themselves or their children into slavery due to economic hardship. Slaves could free themselves by repaying their purchase price. They could marry and own property, and their children were born free.
The Aztec Empire's Society, Art, Economy, Politics, and Religion
The Aztec empire was destroyed only two years after the Spanish invasions. War and disease ultimately ended the Aztec society. The Europeans also invaded North America and Polynesia. The fact that these societies had previously been secluded from all world contact proved to be a great disadvantage to them.