Ancient Egyptian craftsman Nebtawi

A master craftsman ancient Egyptian was known Nebtawi. His day does not start all the others arrived, so he is free to rise late in the small morning.His is typical with figs, dates and bread, butter and honey, topped with milk costs. Like most other Egyptians Nebtawi his way to work - a construction site where he supervised the construction of a new temple.

The building is now completed, so that the site is full of artists who decorate the fresh plaster on the walls. His job is to check the work and stopping occasionally to advise or correct errors. His day is fully occupied by meetings with craftsmen, others are working on a number of different projects throughout the city. Before he could even realize his work is done. Persuade her children to play Senit, a popular board game.  

Ancient Egyptian craftsmen

Each player has six wooden cones and must get them from the other side of the card and again. They throw four wooden sticks to determine how each piece can move at any time.
Remmao was a noble ancient Egyptian. When Remmao out of bed and put on a robe of white linen, it was like a signal to his secretary to bring him his daily schedule on a piece of papyrus. Once she leaves, other agents help to wash and shave.  

After breakfast, he went to Thebes tank and goes to his area on the banks of the Nile. He met the supervisor succession, which gives the latest figures on his cattle and geese, and updates on their expectations for the harvest. Both men then go for a walk, watching slaves carrying baskets filled with grapes and pomegranates. The grapes are taken to the press where they are crushed underfoot, before being placed in earthen vessels and taken to the basement - where they eventually become wine. 

 Remmao with one of his friends also go to the river to hunt waterfowl. Meanwhile, his wife, Kemisi deals with preparations for a banquet to be hosted by them in the evening. The end of the day to end banquet and Remmao Kemisi. Pharaoh was an ordinary man. Her day starts with cleaning and dressing by officials. When it is clean, he is dressed and adorned with a huge amount of jewelry as it is the pharaoh. A pharaoh belonging to large amounts of gold, and therefore needed to look right.  

Pharaoh then walks to the "courtroom" to hold its meetings daily. As guests enter the room, they prostrate themselves before him. It is divine majesty while they are mere mortals. As usual, there are ambassadors offer tributes from foreign countries, general talk military matters, usually the nobility and some special envoys of the Empire. Once the audience of the day is over, he went to the temple. As pharaoh, it is his duty to pay tribute to the chief god, Amun-Re. 

 It's a pain, but if it does not, the empire could lose its divine order, or Maat. It could descend into chaos or Isfet and it would be held responsible. He asks the god questions and receive answers from the high priest. The more questions, he is presented with a large bull. After the prayer, the butcher cut the throat of the sacred bull sacrifice to the gods. During lunch, the Pharaoh, surrounded by bodyguards, visiting construction sites where new buildings are magnificent in his honor. 

 Back at the palace, he gets a welcome break. After a day surrounded by people he can finally be alone and wander through its beautiful gardens. His last duty is available daily in the late afternoon. He returns to the temple for a ceremony marking the sunset so as to stop tiring day.

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