Merchants. Egypt was one of the wealthiest countries in the ancient world.
Egyptian merchants (actually, they were more like traders) carried products such
Egypt was one of the wealthiest countries in the ancient world. Egyptian
merchants – who were more like traders – carried products such as gold, papyrus
The social structure of ancient Egypt can be sorted into a social pyramid. ... (who
write down important events and calculate taxes); Craftsmen and merchants ...
The merchants sail upriver and downriver, used like copper ... James Henry
Breasted Ancient Records of Egypt, Part Four, § 313.
The average Egyptian merchant living in Ancient times owned a mud brick house
, but would often travel to other nearby countries in order to trade.
Ancient Egypt was a successful culture for over 3,000 years. In the early years ...
of ancient Egypt. Storekeepers and merchants were also included in this class.
Oct 21, 2015 ... Merchants were the people of the middle class in ancient Egypt. Trade was done
by barter, a fairly effective when the basic necessities for the ...
Egyptians traders met traders from other civilizations just beyond the mouth of the
Nile, to trade for ... The ancient Egyptians bought goods from merchants.
Merchants were pretty highly regarded, they traveled trading goods and selling
goods. They would trade exotic items with the Egyptians to get what they needed.
A description of daily life in Ancient Egypt including food, houses and clothes. ...
Below the Pharaoh were the nobility, priests, scribes and merchants. Then came