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1.The Forbidden Fruits of PomegranateLiberal Democratic Socialists“A Christmassy Embassy in Abydos”
2.The Corrupt Military Aristocracy of German Federal ReichIron Fist Consumerists“If you tell a big enough lie often, it will be believed”
3.The Socialist Coupdom of WanasnaswaDemocratic Socialists“Long Live Progress!”
4.The Kingdom of OrbisburgInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Strength, courage, and honor are the measure of a man”
5.The Queendom of RygeDemocratic Socialists“Environment Protection”
6.The Empire of BamdadistanScandinavian Liberal Paradise“No order without chaos, no light without darkness..”
7.The United Egalitarian Republic of AltesiaCivil Rights Lovefest“From the stars we came, to the stars we shall rise!”
8.The Queendom of UrwarScandinavian Liberal Paradise“Stars above, moon below..”
9.The Empire of AmenhotepInoffensive Centrist Democracy“I am the morning sun”
10.The People's Council of ErterInoffensive Centrist Democracy“From the Bones we Rise.”
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What did the Egyptians call them?

Zyris wrote:What did the Egyptians call them?

Directly below the Pharaoh were the Viziers, a term from which the modern word "advisor" draws upon.

I'm cool with that, of others are. Or if there are other suggestions, we can put it to vote.

Zyris wrote:What did the Egyptians call them?

The Vizier, in ancient Egypt, was akin to our Grand Luxarch, the next in power to the Pharaoh, followed by the Chief Treasurer, and the Chief of the Armies.

Katniss Everdean wrote:The Vizier, in ancient Egypt, was akin to our Grand Luxarch, the next in power to the Pharaoh, followed by the Chief Treasurer, and the Chief of the Armies.

The Court Vizier was the chief advisor to a king.

Katniss Everdean wrote:The Vizier, in ancient Egypt, was akin to our Grand Luxarch, the next in power to the Pharaoh, followed by the Chief Treasurer, and the Chief of the Armies.

Zartavaria wrote:The Court Vizier was the chief advisor to a king.

Yes, there is nothing in Egypt that can be directly equated to a council of our style.

Ablem wrote:Yes, there is nothing in Egypt that can be directly equated to a council of our style.

Egypt was governed by an absolute monarchy. There were no legislative bodies. Name the period, Sumerians, Persians, Babylonians. Desert countries in North Africa, the Middle and Near East are top down dictatorships. Look at it now. Nothing has changed. Israel and Iraq appear to be the only two states that democratic forms of government.

A Nomarch was a provincial governor in ancient Egypt; the country was divided into 42 provinces, called Nomes. A Nomarch was the government official responsible for a Nome.

I'll put it to a poll

Zyris wrote:I'll put it to a poll

Wonderful!

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