posted by Marcony on .
Describe the social pyramide of Egypt.What determined a person's social class?
1- At the bottom of the classes were Slaves and Farmers - they represented the greatest percent of the Egyptian population. The workers supported the professionals above them, just as the base of the pyramid supports the rest of the structure
2- Above were skilled Craftsmen
4- Priests, doctors, and engineers.
5- High Priests and Nobles - they served as generals and administrators, and formed the government.
6- The Vizier was the Pharaoh's closest advisor.
7- Finally, at the top of the social status pyramid was the Pharaoh. He was not simply a ruler, but was considered a god on earth.
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