Daily Life in Ancient Egypt

Daily Life in Ancient Egypt

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  • 9.3 Government Officials
  • Yes, Pharaoh!
  • Please make sure this official is doing his job.
  • 9.4 Priests
  • 9.5 Scribes
  • Do your work properly!
  • The vizier, highest in power after the pharaoh, is receiving commands from the pharaoh and making sure everyone is doing their job.
  • 9.6 Artisans
  • The temple priest, allowed to go into the temple, bows, cleans, and wraps the god in linen.
  • 9.7 Peasants
  • A scribe teacher teaches boys of merchants, artisans, and other scribes to become a successful scribe.
  • Artisans worked on difficult projects, such as royal projects asked by the pharaoh. They depended on their employer for food.
  • Peasants, the class at the bottom of Ancient Egypt's social pyramid, were treated poorly and considered unskilled. Peasants grew crops that gave everyone food and when they were not busy working in the field, they were asked to help to build monuments like pyramids.
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