Sample History Paper on Teaching of King Merikare
In this story, King Merikare receives wise teachings from his predecessor. King Merikare is mentored and brought through a phase that lets him understand Royal authority than might it is well told in this story about how most Egyptian rulers regarded might and not power for its people.
On the first phase of learning, King Merikare learns how to handle rebellion in his kingdom, later learns how to treat the king subjects with a lot of fairness when in crisis. The third section gives advice on how to run an army and conduct religious functions. On this kind of teachings; The King is taught how to be a good ruler for his people. An educated and well-mannered leader in society inspires affirmative action throughout his citizenry by leading by example. His lessons on religion are meant to instill the acceptance of the existence of a superior being who should be worshiped by all.
The king is also instructed to safeguard the architectural heritage of his kingdom through mining of new stones; He is taught to remain flexible and conscious of new ideas symbolically by allowing construction using new stones. This doesn’t further abhor the recycling pattern in society. There is a hymn to the creator; this shows how religious the people of this kingdom are, the citizens have an exorbitant heed to these instructions. On contrast, the King Merikare here is taught to suppress any rebellion in his sight as soon as possible. This is shunning democracy of his citizenry. King Merikare is taught how to rule wisely and look at his people as equal persons in the land.