'Every season a landowner would have to give a portion of his harvest to the pharaoh as tax. It was this man's job to make sure that the boundary stones which marked a farmer's property were in place. If the boundary stones were in the right place he would figure out how much tax to charge the farmer on his crops. (Image from Nebamun's tomb)
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King Djoser / Seated Statue /Djoser, Egyptian Pharaoh of the 3rd dynasty, c. 2690–2670 BC.
Fragment from tomb of Sebekhotep, assistant to the Pharaoh, Thebes. Depicts Syrians bringing horses as tribute to the Egyptians. British Museum, London, U.K.
Paintings from the tomb of Unsu New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Hatshepsut or Thutmosis III (1479-1425 BC). Egypt, necropolis of Thebes. This fragment forms part of a group of mural paintings that decorated the chapel in the tomb of the scribe Unsu, grain accountant in the temple of the god Amun.
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The Book of Gates, 3rd Hour: Male deities of the Duat underworld, wearing black Nemes head cloths and carrying Was sceptres of Power. They are headed to the Battlefield, joining Atum in the struggle against Apep the giant snake. Main hall Mural paintings from the Tomb of king Seti I. 19th dynasty. Valley of the Kings, Luxor, Thebes, Egypt.
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Hairdresser Mixed Media - Hairdresser Fine Art Print