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Mr. collar soc

could run a busines and buy their freedom with the profits. slaves
was made up three groups clients
merchats and farmers were the most important members. clients
were the rules of the other 3 classes. nobles.
had the right to own land and sell the product they made. commoners.
worked only for the nobles, were paid in food and wool and could not own lane. slaves.
owned large estates and controlled the wealth in sumerian society. nobles.
worked in the temple and ran nobles estates. clients.
most were prisoners of wars. slaves
includuded specialists like carpenters, blacksmith, and masons. commoners
the smallest and richest of the social groups. nobsle
also includuded criminals and some poorly behaved children. commoners
Created by: laxcoach1