The Pharaohs: Highest Form Of Government

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The laws applied to everyone, no matter their class.
The Pharaohs were the highest form of government
The Pharaohs rule Egypt, therefore they own it
The rituals were done by the Pharaoh

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Egyptians believed in the gods and their supernatural powers
The Upper and Lower Kingdoms believed in different gods
The world was made of clay they beilived

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