First, the house of the common man in ancient Egypt was smaller than the house of the rich.
Secondly, in the house of the rich there were more utensils made of wood, since it was expensive in Egypt, it could be imported, for example, from Phenicia.
The poor man’s house did not have rooms for servants, and there was none either; an ordinary person could hardly have a fence around the house with a beautiful gate and palm trees in the inner territory and a courtyard for relaxation and walking.
The house of a rich Egyptian could be, there was a separate altar with some deity.
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