Egyptian and his students
When the empires of the Mesopotamia rose and fell, Egypt was in a state of decline. “Ibsher Quotations”, a historical material about this era, provides us with the earliest description of a turbulent society in the history of the world: “Indeed, people have become cruel… The robbers have the best land… Carrying a shield…The Nile water is irrigating the farmland, but no one is going to plow…Everyone says: “We can’t understand what’s happening in the country!”…The untouchables have jewels, the tramps are wandering around…The heart becomes cold , The plague is widespread all over the country, blood is flowing everywhere… Dead bodies floating on the Nile River, the river has become a place of burial… Many cities have heard a cry: Lord Bey!… Gates, towers, and city walls are all covered. Burned down, only the palace stood alone…Because of the turmoil, no one paid taxes in the south, and there was no food, fruit, charcoal, handmade products… Orientals were domineering and domineering everywhere, while the Egyptians fell in their homes. Becoming an outsider… can’t stop people from talking, and the noise is overwhelming…”
Despite this, the Pharaoh State is still very powerful on the surface. In the early 2000s BC, a mountainous island 100 kilometers south of the Greek land-Crete-unexpectedly rose. There used to be no signs of urban life here, but after 1950 BC, in a very short period of time, several-story palaces were suddenly built in Knossos, Maria, and Festo. There are water pipelines, drainage systems, bathing pools, and water storage tanks in the palace-similar to the palace buildings in the Sudan 1500 years ago. This hurried Cretan civilization was named Minoan civilization (the name of the Minoan emperor, and Andreev’s Russian book “From Europe to Europe, the world of Crete and Ebus The name given to it in Bronze and the Early Iron Age). According to Greek legend, Minos was the son of Isha and the Phoenician princess Yevroba. Zeus turned Yevroba into a white cow and stole it on the island of Crete. In 1900, British archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans discovered the ruins of a magnificent palace in Knossos. The language of the Minoans is actually like Phoenician, but it still retains the Canaanite (Pakistan) mark in its culture and religion. The Sardinians and Belaska are like Nesiri, living in the Balkan Mountains before the Greeks came. Obviously, the daily life style of the local people was learned from Egypt, and there is a close business relationship between the two.
Some palace murals of the Minoan civilization are highly appreciated for their “full of joy” characteristics. There are topless beauties and various sports. Women and men participate in the performances. Someone analyzed the preserved cuneiform writing and concluded that the Minoans, like the workers in Egypt and Mesopotamia, worked for a meager ration. The main force of these labor forces are women, and even young children who come with their mothers.
Just as in Greek legend, the famous maze architect was Daedalus from Athens, who served Minos. The Achaeans of Greece settled in the southern Balkans. Because the Athenians killed one of Minos’ sons, Minos begged his father Zeus for help in order to get revenge. Zeus brought the plague to Athens, and in order to prevent the epidemic, the Athenians had to choose 7 pairs of virgin boys and girls to worship a terrible, meat-eating minotaur living in the labyrinth, Minotaur. Archaeological data confirm that the Achaeans not only succumbed to Minos, but also imitated him, just as the Minos imitated the Egyptians.
Indeed, the palaces of Mycenae, Pylos and Tiryns are different from those of Crete. The palaces of Crete do not have strong walls and castles, and their palaces have recommended walls, but they are also guarded by female slaves. , Male residents were called to the owner of the palace to raise poultry, grow grain and flax. Like the pharaoh and emperor of the Ullah Third Dynasty, the leader of the small Assyrian tribe monopolized the main handicraft industry and strictly controlled the channels of raw materials and products. The new civilization was built on the ruins of “Old Europe”, tailored to the molds of Egypt and Mesopotamia.
Egypt was finally unified under the governorship of the province of Ouase, and the Greeks called Ouase the Thebes. But after that, it was another civil turmoil of “riots hit riots”. Around 1700 BC, nomadic barbarian tribes (called “shepherds” by the Egyptians, and this name is passed down to the present day according to the Greek pronunciation) crossed the Isthmus of Suez and invaded from the Nile Delta. The descendants of Abraham may have joined their tribal alliance, and the name Abraham was reserved by the Iberians (the word “Europe” was derived from this). Abraham called himself the nation of Israel, meaning to commemorate Jacob, the grandson of Abraham. According to legend, Jacob had a duel with Jehovah God in a dream, and was given the nickname “Israel”, that is, “the one who opposes God.” The Israelis settled in Goshen, the fertile land of Egypt, bordering the Sinai Peninsula. Joseph in the “Bible”, the son of James, a minister of Egypt, belonged to the Hyksos pharaonic regime of Apophis II in the late 17th century BC.
The Thebes regime once again struggled with the occupiers. One of the pharaohs, Ahmos, successfully expelled the invading enemy, the Hyksos, around 1550 BC, and established the 18th dynasty. This dynasty is collectively referred to as the new dynasty along with the subsequent nineteen and twenty dynasties. In the new dynasty, all non-Egyptians are despised, even the Europeans under the new dynasty. To borrow the term of the “Gulag” era, Europeans are “united” (Gulag prisoners are already extremely weak in the so-called “joint labor”-mainly in the form of logging). According to the legend of the “Bible”, Europe survived 210 years under the slavery of Egypt.
The eighteenth dynasty of Egypt was in its heyday. The southern frontier extended to a quarter of the Nile (to today’s Sudan), and the Sinai Peninsula in the northeast (now Israel, Lebanon, parts of Syria and Jordan) were also conquered. The first administrative planning system was implemented economically. Currency is not popular. Replace with products, fabrics and sunscreen-without it, it is difficult to adapt to strong sunlight. The things that are not in the distribution are: onions, garlic, fish, dates, soap, etc.-these things have to go to the market To exchange.
Russian scholars studying Eastern legends existed in the Stalin era, and they hardly involved socioeconomic aspects, especially slavery. In this context, the works of the scholar Pogoslovsky (died in 1990, at the age of 49), the scholar of Jay… is particularly precious. His monograph “Ancient Egyptian Handicraftsman” and thesis “The Daily Life of Ancient Egypt” let us witness the customs of ordinary people in the new dynasty era.
As early as 1000 years before the new dynasty, the construction of the majestic Pharaoh Pyramid had been suspended. Therefore, the ordinary Egyptians of the Eighteenth Dynasty had better lives than most people in other places in the same era. They were just unprofessional technicians and the labor life of the village. Worse: They can only enjoy a day’s holiday in 10 days; to complete a strict labor quota, those who have not completed will be punished by sticks. But many “secretaries”, that is, a wide range of statisticians, administrators, and supervisors, do not need to engage in heavy manual labor, and their number reaches 20% of the total population. Of skilled craftsmen. The working hours are not long, from 8 am to 12 am, and then from 16:00 (at this time the temperature has dropped) to 20 am. They have many vacations and festivals. They also absent from work for reasons such as “building a house”, “fighting with their wives and being unable to work”, “brewing beer” and so on. It seems that we are learning what the ancient Egyptians did, and the content of the fake post now is exactly the same.
We build houses to keep warm, and the Egyptians to keep cool. If a man has slept with a woman, he has to marry her, but not everyone can do this.
The beer mentioned here is a favorite beverage of Egyptians. Wine and pomegranate wine are mainly drunk during festivals, while beer is consumed every day by men and women, and they often drink unconsciously. The beer is brewed in their own home, but they often stay in the tavern with friends for a long time to drink and drink.
Egyptians like chess very much, like our modern “rock, scissors, cloth” variant games and other games that can stimulate emotions. They love dancing and singing collectively. If a man can sing well with the accompaniment, then a woman can make a beautiful voice even with a wu instrument.
There is still a song like this:
Luthier Anifa warns the world that
no one can stop the presence of the god of death,
and enjoy the good time every day happily.
In a word: Don’t worry, so fun!
It can be said that the mid-2000s BC was the heyday of civilization in the Nile, Tigris, and Euphrates valleys. The powers of their neighbors-Phoenician, Asiatic, Greece and other powerful countries have followed in the footsteps. But later Egypt and the Mesopotamia gradually lost their status as cultural centers. Although these countries have maintained their military strength for a long time, their development has indeed stalled. As examples, they will inevitably gradually become targets for other, more powerful nations.