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Tahu: The scribes had various jobs. Like keeping track of accounts of food and grain supply and they wrote the government census. Lewa: They were important!!
Tahu: The scribes had to spend 4 or more learning the symbols by writing them down and memorizing the symbols. Lewa: I learned 200 of them. Tahu: Wow, ok.
Tahu: They were Egypt's official record keepers and writers. Lewa: So, what if you knew hieroglyphs, but were not official. Tahu: No, you may know hieroglyphs but you wouldn't have the official job. Lewa: Ok.
Lewa: Did you know that woman could be priests? Tahu: Was that a big deal? Lewa: Yes, woman could not be scribes in egypt, but they could be priests. Tahu: Ok. Lewa: And the priestesses would run the temples.
Tahu: We have to go, we will miss school and I total want to do that but i cant use my powers just for field trips. Lewa: Ok, I will miss you Egypt! Tahu: We will come back. Lewa: Think of the 200 hieroglyphs I learned, I didn't learn all 700... I have to come back. Tahu: It's ok, scribe school WILL be here.
Teacher: Pop quiz: What is your status on the pyramids? Lewa: Were scribes.Teacher: Good job Tahu: Not actual scribes yet, they had to learn 700 hieroglyphs... way more than our 26 letters. Lewa: I learned 200 of them... Teacher: How? Tahu/Lewa: Long story!
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