Merit-Amun,Ramesses II's daughter,painted limestone statue,from Ramesseum at Thebes,Egyptian Civilisation,New Kingdom, Dynasty XIX.
Sculpture of head of Tutankhamun emerging from lotus flower Carved of wood then plastered and painted at Egyptian Museum Cairo.
Head of a statue of Pharoah Tutankhamun from Amarna. XVlll Dynasty 1335 B.C. Neues Museum in Berlin.
Shabtis. Vatican Museum.
The ancient Egyptians became great labor organizers. Part of the labor force working on the pyramids would have been organized as a crew, perhaps consisting of 2,000 men. This crew was divided into two gangs of 1,000 workers, which in turn was divided into five zaa (in each gang), a term that was translated by the ancient Greeks as "phyloi" or phyle, meaning tribe, group or brotherhood. NO 'DRUNKARDS' NO 'ASIATIC' BROTHERHOODS