What slaves are known and go down in history in Ancient Egypt and Ancient Babylon?

If we talk about Ancient Egypt, then slaves could belong to a leader, a king, a community, a religious building (temple), or a common man at different periods of the development of the state.
In ancient Egypt, slaves were considered human. They were subject to the law and had their own family and property. They took part in military campaigns. They had their own military officers and banners.
Temple and government slaves bore a brand that indicated the place to which they belonged.
Slaves did a lot of work with free people. The attitude towards slaves, although it was spelled out in the law, was distinguished by cruel exploitation.
It is generally accepted that the Israelites were slaves in ancient Egypt. This is not true. These tribes lived in the lands of Egypt for about 400 years and multiplied greatly.
Joseph the Beautiful was Pharaoh’s advisor and became related to the aristocracy.
But the new Pharaoh was afraid of the Israelites and began to treat them like slaves.
According to the Bible, the Israelites, led by Moses, left Egypt with weapons in their hands and carried a lot of gold.
Slave slaves couldn’t have much gold.
In early Babylon, slaves were considered a thing and had no rights; a husband could sell his wife into slavery. The father could sell his son. Slaves were inherited. Debt slavery was common.
In New Babylon, the situation of slaves improved significantly. Not having the right to grumble against the masters, slaves could hold offices, own real estate, and make savings. Were protected by law.
Often temple and royal slaves became rich.

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