What were the nobles doing in ancient Egypt?

The nobles were engaged in state affairs in the first half of the day, in the second they went hunting or feasting. They were subordinate to the ruler, the pharaoh, carried out his orders. They were judges, supervised the work at the quarries, monitored the full and timely replenishment of the treasury. The scribes who were in the service of the nobles were engaged in accounting for the booty, put things in order, and also carried out other orders given to them. The guards performed the functions of guarding the property.

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