#The #importance of the #writer's job in ancient #Egypt
The image of the man sitting in a square holding a papyrus roll on his lap,
Like those shown in the #Egyptian Museum,
It is the traditional form by which scribes appear throughout ancient #Egyptian history.
Scribes were instrumental in the intellectual and cultural life of ancient Egypt, and were considered the main artists of its civilization. The ancient #Egyptian meaning of the term "writer" comes in the content of planning (drawing) and creation (creativity), and not in the content of holding a brush to write, or the content of the one that reads. Although the primary task of the scribes was administrative in nature, they were the keepers of the traditions spoken throughout Egypt, a role that survives to modern times in various forms. Priest scribes in the House of Life, for example, simply went beyond the preservation of ancient texts;
Instead, they had their creative creativity that enabled them to edit and revise many theological, liturgical, medical, and magical religious texts.
By the time of the Old Kingdom, they had the ability to compose widespread new literary texts.
Preserved texts from that era are presented; new tales and stories, and other types of literature previously unknown. The circle of scribes was clearly expanded to include members who were not necessarily elite; as was the case in the Old Kingdom. The concepts, significance and significance of education were widespread in ancient #Egypt, which was evident through the literary works of the period.
The contributions of scribes to society during the Ramesside era were highly appreciated by the royal house and among the younger generations of scribes. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> The texts were the prerogative of the author, Its execution on the walls is handled by skilled craftsmen. The ancient #Egyptian was #interested #in #science #and #learning .