The pharoah of Egypt is at the top of the hierachy. He is treated with the utmost respect. In other words, this is the king of Egypt, at the top of the pyramid of respect and power. To his right, is the queen of Egypt, who probably didn't have the level of importance that the pharaoh had since in the ancient times no one cared about equality and gender rights, or even knew that men having more rights than women was very wrong.
Here are the vizier and the nobles. First, let's take a look at the vizier. He is the pharaohs most trusted right hand man, he's the kings advisor who needs to be very wise and intelligent. To the right are two nobles. Sadly, due to a most unfortunate event of a priest and scribe being forgotten they cannot be here to join us. The nobles are a weathy lot, who have lots of privileges. They had lots of land which they had peasants and slaves look after.
At the bottom of the hierarchy, or the pyramid of importance, power and rights, are the common people, peasants and slaves. The common people were the people who did everyday jobs ( or everyday jobs back in ancient Egypt ). They were stonemasons, painters, woodworkers, weavers, wig makers, jewellers, paper makers who made papyrus and much more. Many were also tenant farmers who worked on the land of the highers ( nobles, priests and pharaohs.) Slaves normally did work on pyramids or things for their masters. They had no say and were often sold and bought for prices between the highers.