How the Egyptians Spoke. Allegedly.Watch
It is somewhat similar to the transcript of the Egyptian language which was used in some of the scenes of the Mummy Returns when Ankhesenamun greets Imhotep for the first time:
Iy anakh Anakh-su-namun iniset sif simini.
(transl. I am Anank-su-namun reincarnated)
I've always been curious about how the Ancient Egyptians spoke their language; hieroglyphics look confusing. I'm sorta glad this isn't common knowledge anyway because it would make my "Eye - Man Standing Sideways - Feather - Feather - Foot - Ankh" jokes a lot less funny :x
If you were alive during the ancient Egyptian Civilization you would have been a slave OP.
The Egyptians never kept slaves except if they were foreign captives during war time.
Yes they did.
Attempts to analyse the use of slaves in ancient Egyptian society have often been thwarted by problems of definition and translation...
Dictionary of Ancient Egypt, British Museum.
In my opinion Egyptians never kept slaves except if they were prisoners of war; they kept serfs who were willing to work, to do house chores and farm the land for wealthy owners. Evidence suggests they were well treated and the serfs had their own houses. Many serfs were farmers of the land and would offer their service (as serfs) to wealthy individuals to help keep the running of the home or to do jobs.
The notion popularly perceived from the Old Testament that the Egyptians were ruthless task masters who enforced their own people to slave labour is without foundation.