Unformatted text preview: bakery, and a domicile that were spread out on a massive scale. The worker’s diet was riched in fish, loaves, and prime beef. This showed that the areas occupied by these workers had established farms and ranches that proved they were able to live on their own as a “downtown center” in ancient Egypt living under a system of organized-based labor. The graffiti found from these workers were evidence of being an organized-based labor that listed labor units into five divisions that were rotated by a special group of people based on owning bak (lord) their services. Lehner inferred that everyone including royalty owned bak regardless of their social standing, which does not fit into the understanding of how this could be counted for the word slavery....
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- Fall '08
- Ancient Egypt, Great Sphinx of Giza, Giza Plateau, Mark Lehner, Article Mark Lehner