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Ancient Egypt history

One can observe rather that broad principles are maintained throughout the history of Egypt. There has always been a strong central power in the person of Pharaoh. When it became low on attending to crises like the first interim period to the death of Pepi II rife multiple families. The system where all powers were held by the Pharaoh changed. It is complex in a large hotel. Under Senusret III, the function of the vizier was split to ensure better management. But throughout this pharaonic time, the institution was maintained even when foreign rulers. This in effect gave legitimacy to the government. It is no coincidence that the Hyksos, Persians, Alexander the Great, and his generals did appoint a Greek pharaoh. The fact follows the ancient custom gave them legitimacy compared to Egyptians. The same idea applies to all dynasties from Egypt, according to Pharaoh refers to a dominant symbol. Indeed dynasties are not followed by descent. The state of the pharaoh is known to reduce this gap family. Thus Ramses I, before being crowned was a general and viceroy. But perhaps this unit in the design of power would not have lasted as much if the function of Pharaoh did not refer to a spiritual ideal. The pharaoh is a link between the earthly and the divine. Its function is not limited to time, it is the first priest of Egypt. Of course, historically, it is not so simple. So you could see the break during Marianne or the gradual assumption of power over the centuries by the clergy of Amun. But for the Pharaohs with real power, their functions were the guardians of the divine. Again this a kind of legitimacy daily life of ancient Egyptians is relatively well-known compared to that of other ancient civilizations.

Ancient Egypt history

Egyptian society was very hierarchical and there were great disparities between the lives of peasants, representing the vast majority of Egyptians living in a state of near serfdom, and the nobility and Haute bourgeoisie. That's the life of the privileged who is best known because it has left the most evidence, including the pharaohs and other important dignitaries. Geography The geography of ancient Egypt, from a climatic point of view, is quite close to that of contemporary Egypt. Egypt is a country in the semi-desert which only the fertile strip on either side of the Nile Delta and a few scattered oases, are fit for human settlement. The rest is covered by the Desert in the west, the Arabian desert to the east, and the Sinai to the northeast. Borders traditional of ancient Egypt are quite similar to the borders of modern Egypt. Thus, in the Old Empire, the country is bounded on the north by the Mediterranean, south of the first cataract of the Nile, west of the Desert, and east by the desert of Nubia, the Red Sea, and the Gaza region. People The origin of the first Egyptian debate, many theories have been advanced in this regard (Eastern sub-Saharan Africa, etc.)

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