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Steward or Overseer of the House (ancient Egyptian: imy-r pr) was an ancient Egyptian occupational title held by high officials. The Steward supervised all staff within a particular royal estate, which puts him in charge of the supply and food for the royal residences inside the estate.[1] All Stewards were under supervision of the Chief Steward, who in turn complied directly to the pharaoh.

Steward
m&r pr

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References[]

  1. Quirke 2004, p. 50-51, 61.

Bibliography[]

  • Quirke, S., 2004: ''Titles and bureaux of Egypt 1850-1700 BC. Golden House Publications, London.
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