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Aristoi comes from Ancient Greek and means "the best". The term was used to describe the noblemen in ancient Greece, those of a status above the common people. Aristoi were members of the aristocracy and regarded as possessing the trait of Arete; a 'right nature'.
Ancient Greek word for the social class of "noble warrior."
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