How is the daily life of ancient Egyptian different than your life?
Ancient Egyptian life was different because kids were treated differently, depending on if their family was rich or poor. It was different because if kids were born into a wealthy family, they would be served by servants, and if they are from a poor family, they would have to work hard as a servant, and they could have even be sold as a slave. Adults loved their jobs, but they loved spending time with their children. If a man ask a woman to marry him, she had the right to say no. They got married at 12-14 years old.
What is the Egyptian Social Pyramid?
The Egyptian social pyramid was a representation of who was treated better than other people. Pharaohs were at the top, because they are the most powerful. Slaves were at the bottom, because they had less importance to people. If you were higher up on the social pyramid, it meant that people respected you, and you were more important than other people. If you were at the bottom, that meant you would get treated terribly, and no one would care about you.
How did the social pyramid relate to everyday life?
The social pyramid related to everyday life, because if you were a pharaoh, you would be treated very well. If you were a scribe, you would be treated fine, but you might be passed over. If you were a slave, no one would pay attention to you, other than you tell you to do something. As you can see, it would be easier to be higher up on the social pyramid, than lower.