Ancient Egyptian Boat Building Technique, the Reason Ancient Egyptian Boats Did Not Use Nails, the Fallacy of Slaves Building the Great Pyramids of Giza, and the Stratification of Ancient Egyptian Society and Labor

The ancient Egyptians used rope to hold their boats together, not metal nails. Boats were meant to be put together and taken apart at any given time as using boats was a seasonal practice. It is commonly believed that slave labor was used to build the great pyramids, but this is not the case as most Egyptians signed up for the project due to a sense of duty. All people were obliged to give time, energy, and resources to the state, and all people were expected to work for any person who ranked hi...

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