The Hardy inequality: about its history and some related by Kufner A. , Maligranda L. , Persson L. E.

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The god had announced that' there [in the promised place] I will make you pipiltin and tlatoque of all those who inhabit the land... Your macehualtin will pay you tribute'. 5 Simplistic as this may sound, the Mexica accounts and the paintings in their books, tell how, step by step, the prophecy was fulfilled. The priest through whom the god spoke was himself deified. The attributes of Huitzilopochtli and Tezcatlipoca show striking 4 CodexMatritensis, ed. A. M. Garibay and M. , Mexico, 1958-69), fo.

These are the words of an elderly dignitary who, speaking for the city, answers a discourse of the supreme ruler. O master, o ruler, o our lord, your commoners are here... " Within the dominant group various ranks, positions and titles existed: the tlazo-pipiltin, 'precious nobles', were the descendants of those who had been the supreme rulers. From this select group the huey tlatoani was chosen. The pipiltin (not as a generic term, as previously used, but as a specific designation), were those related in other ways 14 FC, Bk vi, ch.

T h e s e i n c l u d e d m a n u a l l a b o u r in the b u i l d i n g o f temples and palaces o r in other p u b l i c w o r k s , o r s e r v i n g as porters c a r r y i n g h e a v y bundles o f merchandise t o distant places. In difficult times macehualtin c o n d i t i o n s w o r s e n e d in m a n y w a y s . T h u s , for instance, d u r i n g famines they had often t o sell themselves o r their children as tlatlacotin, a term the Spaniards translated as ' s l a v e s ' . H o w e v e r , in M e s o a m e r i c a slavery w a s v e r y different f r o m that p r e v a i l i n g in the E u r o p e a n w o r l d .

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