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Overseer of the Fields (ancient Egyptian: ỉmy-r spꜣt) was an ancient Egyptian occupational title held by a high offical who was in charge of the fieldwork and supervised grain scribes, who in turn recorded the measuring of the fields and the yearly crop yield. The Overseer of the Fields reported to the Overseer of the Granary, who supervised the storing of the threshed grain in a specific palace or temple domain. It it possible for an official to hold both titles of Overseer of the Fields and Granary.

Overseer of the Fields
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