The Royal Palace was designed and built as the administrative center of the Aztec state. There were rooms for board meetings and the court, and in addition - accommodation for the king, his wives and personal servants; the palace housed the Royal Guards, strongly reminiscent of the yard because it included all of the most well-born aristocrats of the country. Thus, the palace was a huge complex set, the location of the governments of all the vassal cities and provinces of the Aztec Empire, the center of power and might. The scope of this power may be about to submit a description of a Spanish author: each of the thirty largest caciques who lived part of the year in Mexico City, had in its possession at least one hundred thousand vassals. And because these huge ownership, as well as other, smaller, formed through the allocation of land as a reward for military service and imposed on them the owner of the obligations in case of war, the whole system is, in essence, was feudal.
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