A member of a city-state or polis who was not a slave or resident alien was called a citizen. In ancient Greece, citizens were an elite group which did not include women, peasants, slaves, and resident aliens. It was a hereditary status.
Aztec slaves were not people captured in war. Likewise, slavery was not hereditary. A person became a slave either when he was sold by a family member into slavery or as a punishment for committing a crime.
the white men benifitted, slave owners
Hermes was the son of Zeus, so I doubt he was a slave. Answer 2: And Charon worked for money, he was not a slave.
A Greek Slave was created in 1898.
who was a member of the polis who was not a slave
In Ancient Greece, a member of the polis who was not a slave or a resident alien would be a citizen. It should be noted, however, that privileges and responsibilities of citizens varied from city-state to city-state; for example, in Classical Athens only citizen-males of a particular rank were allowed to vote and to hold public office.
A helot is a member of a class of serfs in ancient Sparta. Or slave
It may have been "Enemy Mine" ~ look to the related link below for more information .
Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are surely alien to a slave holding society.
It was extremely unlikely. The patricians were the upper tier of the aristocracy. It was unthinkable that a member of the elite would be sold as a slave.
Peanuts, slave labor poverty wages.