THey were important because it took 12 years for boys to become scribes and they had to work very hard. if u were officially a scribe then you would definitly get a good job
because a scribe was a professional writer who had many different duties and some were to help the royalty in ancient times.
I think because they documented all of the important info.
the Incas did not move from place to place
Basically, there were 3 divisions, but they were not hard-and-fast, (as in a Caste System), people could move between them, but also belong to more than one simultaneously; it was also dependent to a great deal on your social class, wealth, whether you lived in rural or urban society or circles, and especially whether you were a Christian or not: this introduced big changes:- -prostitutes/concubines, -slaves, and -"cow" (a.k.a. mothers / provider of children [sons preferred] ) This last area will doubtless get some angry, but it is true - you must be realistic: it was exactly the same then as it was with the aristocracy in England , where it was common for men to marry someone of their own class (for their money, property, status, position, or whatever) but to have someone else to be the actual mother of your children. This did not stop a couple of centuries ago because it is still going on today, with children born 'the other side of the blanket' being full heirs . In case you think it is not going on today, you just have to look at Prince Charles' and Diana's sons Harry and William; they don't look anything alike. (My [English] wife is quite good at picking paternity.) This same treatment and attitude to women is found in many other cultures. The subservience of women is not restricted , either globally or by time era: it is both widespread and all-pervasive.
because they could and its free.
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to move away from democracy
the ability to move up or down in social class standing.
cast system is buy birth social class system is monitary in social class you can move up cast you can not
the link between social class and social mobility is social class ia an open system which means people are able to move up and down the social hierarchy resulting in acheiving social mobility but people may also move down the social hierarchy resulting in a lower social class this may occur if a person loses their income , wealth or status .
There was potential for ancient Egyptians to move from once social class to another, but it was difficult. To do so, an ancient Egyptian may have served the pharaoh, married someone of higher class, or moved to a higher ranking town or village. Usually though, a person would stay in the same class their whole lifetime.
no it wasn't easy. but it was easier for the Early Moderns (the TUdors etc. ) to move from one class to the other!
The majority of hiring and training occurs in the early summer, but we occasionally have positions available at other times. You can apply online, and once a complete application has been received, we will contact you for further information. If no positions are currently available we keep your application on file for future availability. Feel free to contact us by email if you have additional questions or concerns. http://www.eccpa.org/Scribes/BecomeScribe/index.html
the colonists could get property and move up the social scale.
could hope to acquire property and move up the social scale