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A Theocracy is a government run and influenced by a religion. A pharaoh is equivalent to a king in ancient Egypt.
Both a monarchy and a theocracy.
A kingdom with advisers (monarchy) Ancient Egypt would have been considered a Theocracy. A Gov't where the rulings where considered divine guidance interrupted through the use of clergy members. The Pharaoh was considered a living God, and his decrees where carried out mostly by priests in his court. Religion and Government was very close together unlike modern Kingdoms.
They believed that god has chosen their king, theocracy means to be chosen by god.
Ancient Egypt was governed by a mix between a monarchy and a theocracy. Egypt had a royal family and dynastic rule, but they believed that the king was chosen by the gods to lead and that he represented the gods on earth. The king had both civic and religious authority.
Ancient Egypt was a theocracy. The Pharaoh was both a king and a god in Egypt. Egypt was run by the clergy; priests were the only governmental officials. Egyptian citizens had practically no power over how their government was run, but accepted the Pharaoh's decisions because they believed in his divinity.
Priests who were interested in political power. Theocracy is not a new concept; it was common in ancient Egypt and other ancient cultures. It may have existed even in prehistoric times.
how the government in ancient Egypt pay the workers
Ancient Egypt is considered as a civilization because it is very historic.
at the time of ancient Egypt the government was the strongest in the world
The Answer is yes. Ancient Egyptian government was a monarchy.
Yes, Egypt can be described as a theocracy. Islam is the religion of the State and the principles of Islamic Shari'a are the principal source of legislation
They had an Unlimited government.
Egypt had kings and queens, china had emperors and queens?
Government officials in ancient Egypt ate, meats and at social gatherings may eat goat, figs, and cakes
The Old Kingdom government in Egypt was an absolute monarchy. The King was considered a god and had unfettered control over his people. They were referred to as King during this period, not Pharaoh.
The Pharaoh as head of the Government was considered a god by the Egyptians and he officiated as high priest at some of Egyptian religion's most sacred functions.
Ancient Egypt is generally considered to exist from 3100 BC to 332 BC. It was proceeded by prehistoric Egypt andsucceededby Classical Antiquity Egypt.
For most of Egyptian history, the Pharoahs ruled -- officially at least -- as living gods, or at least as semi-divine beings who attained full divinity on their deaths. The pharoah was supposed to be the vital intermediary who represented humanity to the other gods while safeguarding ma'at, the eternal divine order, on earth.
The rulers of Ancient Egypt were Pharaohs. The rulers of Modern Egypt are Presidents.
In ancient Egypt it was the Pharaoh.
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A pharaoh was hatshepsut-female and tutenkamen-male and akenaten-male and pharaohs were considered gods in ancient Egypt.
Shang system of government is who invented a very sophisticated writing system. Pharaohs government in Egypt is the most powerful person in ancient Egypt.
The government of ancient Egypt was the pharoah. They used religion and the army to govern their empire. They were seen as living gods.
The ancient egyptians didn't have a government they were led by a pharoh who also took advice from the egyptian gods
What do ancient Rome government have in common with ancient Egypt government and ancient Greece government?
They were all democracies, at some point in time or another. They also worshiped many celestial beings. Both Greece and Rome ruled over Egypt at some time.
YES. Ancient Egypt had an established social pyramid and people could not rise or fall in their station.
there was no government, there were rulers and slaves
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Ancient Egypt was ruled by an absolute monarch: the Pharaoh. The Pharaoh was also believed to be the son of the sun god: Amun-Re. Therefore, his rule was theocratic since he was believed to literally be a god.
The ruler of Egypt was called the pharaoh. He stood at the center of Egypt's government and religion, because Egyptians believed that pharaohs were gods and thus worshipped them as such. Because of this belief, Egypt was ruled by a theocracy (a government in which the rule is controlled by religious authority). The pharaoh literally stood for the intertwining of government and religion in Egyptian society.
Hard to say, the oldest considered town is Jericho and its 9000 years old, ancient Greece, ancient Mesopotamia, ancient India and ancient Egypt
There were things called Royal Scribes that were the pharoah's personal scribe (if they were the top royal scribe;there were many). But there were also many scribes that had nothing to do with the government of Ancient Egypt.
Ancient Egypt was monarchy monarchy a government that believed that the supreme ruler was like a god or in this case they thought he was a god
The pyramids of ancient Egypt are considered one of the seven wonders of the ancient world.
What are three things that led to the growth of Egypt.
Cause it did
They kept records of the city
They were all Egyptian.
Ancient Egypt had a different religion and type of government. They also used hieroglyphics to write instead of Arabic. Modern Egypt has a president that is elected and not a living god pharaoh.
No. Cats were considered sacred as The Ancient Egytpians believed they were messengers of the cat goddess Bastet. Answer No, cats were treated like gods in ancient Egypt the worshipped them.
Ramses III is considered te last great pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
The ancient Egyptian government was a monarchy for several thousand years. The last monarch to rule Egypt was Cleopatra. During most of its existence the ancient Egyptian monarch had the title of Pharaoh. After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became part of the Roman empire.
Religious Clergy (like Iranian Ayatollahs in Modern Iran or French Cardinals in Medieval France) or Purported Gods (like the Egyptian Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt or Japanese Emperors before World War II) rule directly in a Theocracy.