By Business Insider staffThe government’s legacy of ancient Egyptian is that it is a state founded by pharaohs, said a government representative.
This definition of the government’s heritage was confirmed in the latest edition of the country’s official antiquities guide, the government representative told the media on Monday.
The government representative also confirmed that the government is the custodian of ancient documents and that it was in fact the government that created the document.
The official antiquity guide says the document created the pharaoh and his wife Khufu and the pharoah-blessed son Khafre as rulers of Egypt.
A document that describes a person’s heritage, known as the document of descent, is a document created by the government for the purpose of making decisions and deciding on the inheritance of a family line, the representative said.
“The document of history was created by us to give legitimacy to the monarchy and give the monarchy legitimacy, because we are the rightful heirs,” the representative added.
In his remarks to the media, the official said that the document was created as the official document and the document had no right to the title of official documents.
It is the responsibility of the pharaonic state to ensure that the name of the Pharaoh is not changed.
The name is not to be changed, the representatives stated.
The representatives said that a decree that the pharisees issued in 1625 states that the documents created by a pharaoh in the name “Pharaonic State” and “Khufu” are considered official documents, even though they are not written in the Egyptian language.
However, the document has no right of recognition in the language of the state, the officials said.
The representative said that in its original form, the Egyptian document had a title of the king and the name was Khufru, which was not the same as the title Khafren, the name given to Khufr the son of Khafra.
As a result, the names of the deceased were not written on the document, but were written in hieroglyphics and not on paper, the source said.