What estates appeared in Europe at the beginning of modern times?

In the 17-19 centuries, the first estates of capitalist society began to appear in Europe. People occupied different positions in society and performed different functions. Instead of the feudal estates, new estates arose. Most of the nobility went over to a class called the bourgeoisie. Also, a middle class appeared in European states – the support of the state. The proletariat worked in factories and plants. Some peasants and people from other estates fell into the lower class of the poor.

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