In the West, we are accustomed to the idea of the puppet king as the nominal head of state; For example, the current Queen of England remains the head of theory for both secular and religious life in England, although her actual powers are minimal and her existence is of little importance. for her country’s activities. Abolishing the monarchy and forming a republic would have very little real impact on the daily lives of most British people. However, in ancient Egypt, things were very different. The Pharaoh is accepted without a doubt as an absolute ruler, who owns both the land and the people. He has the right to ask his subjects to work for him whenever he likes, and everyone must serve their master in any way he requests. At any time pharaoh can call on his subjects to give up their daily jobs and take part in labor-intensive royal projects like building a public monument, the kind of bad and demanding work. asked for the hard work that was only paid with the living ration. Only educated elites, and those rich enough to pay substantial bribes, can hope to avoid this hateful labor obligation.