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I While I am still in the classroom, we are learning about Egypt’s social pyramid. Here's how the social pyramid goes, Top level, Pharaoh, next level below Government Officials, next level below, Priests, then scribes, artisans, then finally peasants.know how to time travel y’know? I can go back in time to learn more about peasants!
Here we are in Ancient Egypt, I am here to study the peasants! Heres one now! Peasant Guy; Hi sir, I am peasant I work for others and not myself. I live a simple plain life and eat simple foods. Foods I can eat can be fish, onions cucumbers and others. live a hard life. It was important because it is my way of living.
There were three seasons of the nile. These three seasons were flooding season where the Nile flooded. The next season was planting season where we peasants would plant the crops. Then there was harvesting season. After harvesting season these seasons would repeat. These seasons were very important to us in Egypt because of how it organized how we make a living.
Moving back to the three seasons of the Nile, the most important one to us Peasants, was harvesting season. It was the most important because if we worked hard enough during the seasons, we could have what was left of the crops we had planted. this was a great opportunity for us.
Back into my lifestyle, unlike others, our houses were made of mud bricks. Because of our typical diet it was hard for us to live comfortably, along with our unsettling homes. When we had nothing much we often boiled papyrus plants for food. our time was rough. One more thing before you go, during harvest season, if the harvest was bad, we could be punished. Sbo be thankful you aren't one of us!
Now, I am back on school, and I notice some similarities between ancient Egypt's social pyramid and how it relates to my school. Principals have the most power and authority, so the are like pharaohs. priests are like staff, and or teachers and peasants have the least authority and no power, so they are like students. Well, atleast Im not a peasant!
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