I replied because you stated an assertion as truth which has no evidence substantiating it. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
> As far as I know from my history studies, the old egyptian society didn't practice slavery.
Since you've already linked to Wikipedia above, here's an entire article specifically focused on slavery in Ancient Egypt. Unlike the topic which we've been discussing, there is written documentation of actual slave labor being extensively used.
In other posts to this discussion, people have provided further links documenting, that the pyramid were not being built by "slaves". That is the current state of historic science in old egypt.
I don't understand what you're getting at. You said there was no slavery in old Egypt. I provided a link showing otherwise. I'm not here to debate the details of it. If you even just peruse the article, there are tons of written records showing that there were people who were "bound for life". It was a thing!
> In other posts to this discussion, people have provided further links documenting, that the pyramid were not being built by "slaves". That is the current state of historic science in old egypt.
It seems like I'm not going to convince you of anything, but I looked, and despite what you've said, I couldn't find a single comment providing definitive evidence of who built the pyramids. Again, lots of theories, but no evidence!
In one comment, there's a theory that the workers were were well-fed because there were cattle remains in the proximity of their graves. That's not evidence of anything. Maybe it was a trash dump. Maybe they were beasts of burden that helped move the stones. So many other explanations, but I suppose for some it's rock-solid proof of whatever it is they want to believe.
Thing is, history isn't the study of belief. It's the study of written records. Making up stories is fun, but it's not history.
The workers were paid for their labour and consisted mainly of farmers who were idle during the off season.
There are even records of the workers striking and that their demands for better food and work conditions were met.
This does not sound like slavery to me.
Have we learned nothing? Please link to the original sources that support this.
However for a while I read widely on the topic so I can't be sure.