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Unformatted text preview: Free Hebrews also had slaves but they did not treat them with cruelty. Egyptians were polytheists and Hebrews believed in one God, they were monotheist. Hebrews were nomads and Egyptians lived along the Nile Valley. At the end of the movie, God gives Moses the Ten Commandments, these became the basis of the law for the Hebrews, and Egyptian laws were based in the concept of maat (correctness). Hebrews clothes were not as ostentatious as Egyptian clothes. In the movie, Hebrew men do not use jewellery or make-up as Egyptian men. As Hebrews were nomads, they have not much possessions such as a tent made of goat hair, the poles, stakes and ropes for supporting the tent, a curtain to divide the tent into two parts (male and female sides) and a carpet for the floor. While the Egyptians ruler was the Pharaoh, a person considered divine, the Hebrews were ruled by the oldest member of the clan....
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