Ancient Persian Social Taxonomy
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Ancient Persian Social Taxonomy

Slaves

Ancient Persian Social Hierarchy

Priests

Aristocracy

Craftsmen

Peasants

Slaves

Traders

Kind and

the Royal

Family

Perasants

Craftsmen

Traders

Military People

Aristocracy

Priests

King and the Royal Family

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publish time: 2021-03-09
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This taxonomy template shows the ancient persian social hierarchy, from which it is clear that people have been classified into 8 levels, the lowest level is slaves, and the highest level is king adn royal family. The whloe hierarchy goes like this: slaves, perasants, craftsman, traders, military people, aristocracy, priests, and king or royal family. A taxonomy chart is the organized graphic practice and representation of things and concepts. Usually, the taxonomy chart is used in biology to classify all living things. In the 18th century, Carolus Linnaeus suggested a classification process, and this taxonomy system is still used today.

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