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How Was Ancient China Social Structure?

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In first class were the kings and nobles; they were at the highest level. Then came the lords and warriors, they were in the second class. Lastly were the peasants, they were in the lowest class. (Hierarchy: Emperor, Nobles, Scholars, religious leaders, Farmers, Guards, Bandits, Merchants, Slaves). The Chinese and Assyrian social structures are similar in hierarchy.
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