الأحد، 23 أكتوبر، 2011

System of government in ancient Egypt

The system of government in ancient Egypt the royal sons inherit from their parents which is something the historians Balasirat ruling and the word "Pharaoh" of the origin of the word in ancient Egyptian language, "Au Bar" means the great house or object at the Royal Palace. A representative on earth of God, and disposed of in all things and to him all the land in Egypt and owes allegiance to each of them and when the die by moving to the sky to rejoin his father "Ra Abu gods. During his life is the son of this God. And each king of five names of the king of Egypt North and South son Horus the sun god good centrist Elhettin (north and south of Egypt) as well as many other titles

 He was known kings of Egypt Bartdaúhm royal regalia and distinctive component of the crown and bra, gowns, and jewelry and sandals and that there were many crowns of different numbering 6 types worn by the king in various events

The royal court is composed of layers of scalable served, workers and workers and the heads of his books, staff and advisers, each with his work and competence and his titles and supervised by the supervisor of all the palace, except the ministers and leaders of armies. King was the mother custody and the state for her son that he was young to grow up and unique governance and in some cases, be under the guardianship priest.

The king was performing all matters of governance, whether internal or external as well as he led an army against Egypt's enemies. And the appointment of provincial governors and the various departments, as in most periods of Egypt was divided into 42 two and forty state and all of them responsible to the King for his province and conducted the affairs of state and was nicknamed as the "Adj over" or "Scm" It is their business also oversee the judiciary and tax collection.

There was a "house money" ie the Ministry of Finance, a competent collection of revenue, taxes, inventory and agreement and send regards to the Royal Palace, the army and other departments.

The judiciary was also in some cases under the supervision of King urges sent to the King of judicial sentencing in cases of thefts in private cemeteries, murder and treason, forgery, etc..
From there, we find that the regime in Egypt has structure on its summit the king and the general public, a base form of the hierarchical society

 

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