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Then Upper Class and preist and nobles

Middle Class

Lower Class.*

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The pharaoh - The pharaoh was believed to be a living god and he/she controlled over all of Egypt. The people of egypt relied on him to; Keep order, defend from invading countries, make sure there are sufficient offerings for the gods so that there would be the annual flooding of the Nile.

The Nobles - The nobles would rule over their own region of egypt (nomes). They were responsible for making local laws and keeping order in their region.

Merchants, Craftsmen and Scribes - Scribes were the people of egypt who could read and write, becoming a scribe was extremely hard and only a few passed in scribe school. Pottery makers, leather workers, sculptors, painters, weavers, jewellery makers, shoe makers, tailors and farmers were the main workers in Egypt (in the middle class). Craftsmen usually worked together in workshops.

Peasants - Peasants were the lower class of egypt, they were either slaves or just worked at home, slaves were usually farmers or entertainers.

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#1. The Pharaoh.

#2. Viziers, senior officials, priests and nobles.

#3. Scribes.

#4. Skilled artisans and craftspeople.

#4. Peasants workers and farmers.

#5. Servants and slaves.

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the four social groups were the upper class who were the priest nobles and other wealthy egyptians. the second was middle class who ran businesses. the 3rd was the unskilled workers and the fourth one was............... sorry i dont know that one

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