The two brothers had helped Zer to set the tent in the square and later if they had directed for the office of the government that managed purchase and sales of lands. After to register lands and to pay the tax with silver rings, Hanareb and Menom had come back toward the tent. – A herald passed for the square announcing that the government is convoking architects to plan the construction of the tomb of the Fara. Zer said. Hanareb looked at for the brother. – You are architect, you must offer your services. You will have privileges working for the government.
Menon he remained been silent, thoughtful. Hanareb insisted. – What you want? To be farmer the remaining portion of its life? It goes to sign up itself! – Mnfis must have good architects, does not know if I will have conditions to compete with them! – Cost nothing not to try, my uncle! Zer said. – Later you it goes to repent itself for not having attemped. It informed Hanareb. – It is well. Where I must go? – In the office of the administration of workmanships. Zer answered.
Eight architects if had presented in the office of Tanuhe, the administrator of workmanships. Menon made its registration. Tanuhe spoke for the group: – The Fara, that represents the Hrus god in the land, supreme governor of all Egypt, head of all the tribes, decided to give to beginning the construction of its tomb, the dwelling of its body, when its soul will be to live next to deuses. The Fara does not desire a construction with much luxury, but a tomb that lasts per the centuries and that it is inviolable. The candidates must inside bring a miniature of the workmanship of fifteen days. The architect who will be chosen will receive house, lands and servants, beyond foods for its family while he will be employee of the government.