How did the scribes of ancient Egypt dress?

Scribes in ancient Egypt were people of far from the lowest class, because it was rare to meet educated people at that time who could keep records, they were mainly subordinate to high ranks, as they are now called. The scribes were dressed in much the same way as everyone else. The lower part of the body was covered with a loincloth, with the only difference that they had a white headdress on their heads, protecting them from the exhausting heat. There was no point in wearing other clothes because the climate was very hot.

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