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Among the Aztecs, solely nobility wore gold jewellery, as it showed their rank, power, and wealth. Gold jewelry was most common within the Aztec Empire and was usually adorned with feathers from Quetzal birds and others. In common, the more jewellery an Aztec noble wore, the higher his status or status. The Emperor and his High Priests, for instance, would be practically utterly covered in jewellery when making public appearances. Although gold was the most typical and a well-liked material utilized in Aztec jewellery, jade, turquoise, and sure feathers were considered extra valuable.

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