Role of the Pharaoh
There were many items which stood for kingship. For example crowns, which were headresses with jewels, stood for "Supreme Rank." False beards, which were worn by kings and queens, symbolized royal authority. The sceptor also meant royal authority and was carried by kings and queens.
The pharaohs had a daily schedule. The day went like this: first, the pharaoh would go to the temple to please and pray to their god. Next, the pharaoh would hear his daily news from his trusted vizior. Then, the pharaoh would check the architectures which were built by his servants and officials. Finally, if the pharaoh had extra leisure time, he would be entertained by his servants, or he would have a conversation with his wife.