Governance, administration and army in Pharaonic Egypt:
Since the unification of Egypt in 3200 BC, It became a fixed system of government was composed of Pharaoh, Minister, central management, provincial governors, army and fleet.
Pharaoh (The king):
The son of God on earth and has been blind obedience.
Is the actual head of the government and In the era of the modern state Egypt has become two ministers, one for
Upper Egypt and the other for Lower Egypt and the most famous minister of the Old State was " Amhotob ".
Assistants of the minister and The writer was a better job.
The provincial governors appointed by the King And represent him in the administration of the Territories and are subject to the supervision of the minister, Provincial governors were buried in toms near the king's tomb in the capital.
In the era of the old State there was no regular army but in the modern era there has been the formation of a disciplined, fixed army.
The Egyptians used multiple weapons in the army as Bows, arrows, swords, spears, axes and machetes as they used helmets and shields to protect their heads and bodies.
But the wheels of war by the horse-drawn, Egyptians have "transferred from "Alhecsus
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