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Who governs Egypt?

President of Egypt

Q. Did ancient Egypt have a law code?

No formal Egyptian code of law has been preserved, although several pharaohs, such as Bocchoris (c. 722–c. 715 bc), were known as lawgivers. … Because of the complex nature of legal administration, the pharaoh delegated powers to provincial governors and other officials.

Q. How was power passed along in ancient Egypt?

In many civilizations, power is handed down from father to the eldest son. This can become complicated, however, if the father dies before his son is old enough to take power, if the ruler does not have a son, or if the eldest son dies before he can become ruler.

Q. What was the ancient Egyptian government like?

The government of ancient Egypt was a theocratic monarchy as the king ruled by a mandate from the gods, initially was seen as an intermediary between human beings and the divine, and was supposed to represent the gods’ will through the laws passed and policies approved.

President of the Arab Republic of Egypt رئيس جمهورية مصر العربية‎
Presidential Standard
Incumbent Abdel Fattah el-Sisi since 8 June 2014
Style His/Her Excellency
Residence Heliopolis Palace, Cairo, Egypt

Q. What is the Egyptian race called?

Ancient Egyptians referred to their homeland as Kmt (conventionally pronounced as Kemet). According to Cheikh Anta Diop, the Egyptians referred to themselves as “Black” people or kmt, and km was the etymological root of other words, such as Kam or Ham, which refer to Black people in Hebrew tradition.

Q. What was Imhotep the god of?

GOD: As Imhotep was considered by Egyptian people as the “inventor of healing”, soon after the death, he was worshiped as a demigod, and 2000 years later he was elevated to the position of a god of medicine and healing.

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