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The Work of Scribes
Ancient Egyptians made all kinds of records, so scribes held a wide variety of jobs.
They would keep records of grain and food supply, a government census counted the people living in egypt, some calculated and collected taxes.
Legal Scribes recorded court cases and helped enforce laws. Military scribes kept track of the soldiers, food supply, and enemies killed in battle.
All scribes used the same tools. For pens, he used sharpened reeds. For paper he used a sheet of papyrus laid out on a writing tablet.
The tablets were made from wood or stone. Each tablet contained two wells, one for black ink and one for red ink. A small container was used to then wet the ink.
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