The Egyptian Social Structure Of The World

1088 Words Mar 12th, 2015 5 Pages
After seeing the film festival, I found it interesting all of them, but especially 4 videos which I’ll explain below:
The first video that I found very attractive was ‘Egyptian social structure: from salves to pharaoh’ because it move you out to the world where they lived. Besides, we can learn from then that social class already existed since then, and that there were people with power that determined the future of the country. Their culture has level of power because the main supreme ruler is the pharaoh, and it’s considered a God to them. We can also classify the pharaoh as the patriarch. The General of the Army will be the second in power because he advised about security and making alliances with other nations. The chief treasurer supervises Egypt’s wealth and it’s in charge of collection the taxes but it is usually paid in grains, animals, or clothes other than money. The vizier advises the pharaoh, and act as a chief judge.
The next video ‘our journey-How we know caste’ taught me that the caste still exists usually in the poor countries but none of us pays attention because we believe that this has already ceased to exist. Dalit are people that identity denotes a social struggle against caste. The abuse for not belonging to a social class that makes their world acceptable may destroy the weakest. Their dreams for a better future are covered in fear of being physically and verbally abused. There are segregation because the village is divided in caste lines, Dalits…
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