In the letter of the Scribe Nebnare-Nacht to his apprentice exposes a significant amount of information of the status of the scribes in Ancient Egypt. Throughout the Ancient Egypt the status of the scribes was greatly speculated to be of noble eminence. Those who decided to become scribe was giving that was worth while. Also the status of being a scribe surpassed the prestige of all other jobs the were available at the time. Such as being a merchant, peasant, cobbler, washer man, carpenter, etc… The scribes in Ancient Egypt have a verity of responsibilities, which were said to be very prudent from the responsibilities of the other positions.
Their respon abilities entailed taking notes of all the output in the society’s way of going about their lives. Scribes, in some occasions had to note down the nature of moving objects. As well as surveying the harvest and the lands of Egypt. Then to go to comment on its nature as well.
Scribes were also required to attend various scenarios to jot or take notes of hardships, deaths and common exercises of merchants, and soldiers. Also anything that pretended to nature had to be registered through the scribe. There are many traits that can be revealed about the general structure of Egyptian society. I first noticed that Egyptian society is very complex and frantic. This is due to all the activities that are occurring at the same time by the significant amount of inhabitants with diverse positions. Egypt is a place where a lot of trade occurs.
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The trade that happens in this society consists of many types of goods, due to the fact that most people do not occupy there lives the same way. The goods that these people exchanges and reproduce are the ones that they can fabricate with ease and have been accustomed to by there past generations to learn and practice. Most of the occupations that people in Ancient Egyptian society hold are very straining and not outrageously rewarding occupations. Being the prime breeder of the household is not any easy task, with the exception of being a scribe. The Scribe is justified accordingly, considering the status level of scribes in Ancient Egyptian society. Lets define the statues level of the scribe in this society to be able to support my opinion as to why the basis of the scribe is not justified.
In Ancient Egypt being a scribe was a position of high nobility compared to the other positions that were available. Those who chose to be scribes had the opportunity of gaining trust with the King, as well as gaining entrance into treasury and granary. Their superiors usually advanced the scribes. One of the compliments of being advanced was that they were given offices by their superior.
Therefore the bias of the scribe is substantiated, due to how the scribe were brood over in society of Ancient Egypt.