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Booze Nation Similarly to today perhaps, wine was the booze of choice for high society individuals. There are several copies available today; the Prisse Papyrus dating from the Middle Kingdom, at the Bibliothèque Nationale in Paris, and two slightly different versions at the British Museum.Fine wines were labelled with the date, vineyard and variety as the tax assessors requested, such as the ones found in Tutankhamun’s tomb. Ptahotep explains why he wrote these; he had reached old age and wanted to leave a legacy of ‘good sense’ instructions to his son.Members of the armed forces are still not wealthy today, and face the same dangers.Many still die in wars like the ones in Afghanistan and Iraq, or return with physical and mental injuries that haunt them for life.Slaves working in rich domestic environments were the lucky ones as they were assured security, housing and food.Many of these endured hard physical work and usually died young as we can see from the osteological remains found at Amarna site analyzed by Dr.
Not that the rich all had golden taps, literally made of gold, like Saddam Hussein’s, in their bathrooms, or Carrara marble like many rich people do today. Egyptian trees did not provide the best wood for furniture-building, so the good stuff was imported from Byblos – present Lebanon.We also have that today as seen for example by the careers of actor Martin Sheen and his sons (both actors) Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez or Gwyneth Paltrow, famous actress and daughter of Bruce Paltrow and Blythe Danner (both actors too).And of course, there's the Bush 'dynasty' in US politics.The poor ate mostly birds such as geese, ducks, quails, cranes, and from the New Kingdom onwards raised their domestic poultry animals.Different fish from the Nile were consumed, though some were forbidden because of the myth of Osiris where he travelled along the Nile and the Mediterranean Sea while dismembered by his evil brother Seth. Sweeteners were different too; the rich used honey, while the poor used dates, left to ferment in the heat. People loved to drink, as they do today, according to maximas written in the New Kingdom’s The Maxims of Ptahhotep or Instruction of Ptahhotep, a vizier under King Isesi of the Egyptian Fifth Dynasty (c. These writings functioned as advice and were intended to be directed to his son.
We can compare this to the present computer industry where people like Bill Gates and Larry Page rule the world of communications and fight for more people using their ‘scripts’.