Ancient Egypt Government Officials
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Hi, I am the vizier, my job is to advise the king and carry out his commands. I supervise many government officials and also serve as the chief judge. I am also responsible for the whole administration.
Hi, I'm the chief treasure! I am in charge of Egypt's entire economy. I collect taxes and help my empire to trade with others. People pay taxes in grains, cows, cloth, and silver.
Hi, I am the Military Chief! My job is to command Egypt's national army. I also advise the pharaoh on national security and war. I even help the pharaoh to make alliances with other empires.
We all work for the pharaoh and we belong to rich families, we are second on the social pyramid.
The houses we live in are large and have closed wall, unlike the poor ones.
Inside our houses, there are the main residence, the servants’ quarters and many storage areas.
In the cities, the houses have several floors, usually, the kitchen is on the roof, but the houses are very dark.
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