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Teaching Egyptian social structure

Egyptian social structure

The Egyptians had a distinct social class system, with different members of society at the top, middle, and bottom. Egyptian society was structured like a pyramid, with a few powerful people at the top and many fewer powerful people at the bottom.\n\nIn the social pyramid of ancient Egypt, the pharaoh and those associated with divinity were at the top, and servants and slaves made up the bottom.

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