New evidence in the daily employment book confirms that the pyramids were not built with forced labor

pyramids Tue, Apr. 14, 2020
The magnitude and greatness of the pyramid made some people look to it as a symbol of tyranny and tyranny, and that those who built it did so coercively and unjustly with whips, forced labor and servitude, and this perception is spread out of the engineering and architectural creativity of the engineer "Ham Iono", with no evidence of Egyptian slaves in this. Time, and during the report we review the condition of construction workers to see if they were slaves? Were they slave And their condition was?

In the book "Rereading History" by Dr. and researcher Yasser Shehata, issued by the General Egyptian Book Authority, it was known to all that the agriculture system in ancient Egypt and even the construction of the High Dam, was practiced once a year with the flood, and the farmer then sits throughout the year without work, Work in the pyramid came at this time of the year to increase the income of the farmer.

The researcher added Dr. Yasser Shehata, and there is evidence of a, there was a high-level medical follow-up for workers as evidence of concern for them and their conditions, which is to find traces of specialized health units for treating workers who are injured at work or who are ill, and also found traces indicating ancient bakeries To serve the workers, which indicates that the state was concerned with providing food to workers.

The book "Rereading History" indicated that one of the most important things that was found was lists divided into multiple boxes, in which there is a field for the name, a box for the number of days of absence, and a box if the reason for absence was acceptable or unacceptable, which means that the absentees were recording and recording the number of days of their absence, And that some of the reasons for absence were accepting any paid wages and reasons that refused to be paid.

The book pointed out that the most beautiful reasons, which were mentioned in the absence of one of the workers, were the celebration of his son's birthday, and unfortunately the list that was found did not reveal whether this was an excuse before or not, but what draws attention to this excuse, which is that celebrating the son's birthday is not in the traditions Slaves, rather, are traditions of a class with a good degree of living and thought. It is striking that the worker in the pyramid remembers this excuse and takes it seriously and is recorded in the books. This means that this tradition was followed, known and considered.

The researcher, Yasser Shehata, stressed that it is not logical at all to imagine that the pyramid in light of these data was built by forced labor or from slaves, but rather a rewarding act for free people who are treated like a human we can never criticize.