The correct answer to this question is C, social heirarchy and theocracy. Ancient Egypt's society was very organized. In the beginning, the society started with the upper and lower class people. As time went on, the middle class emerged. The highest level of society in Ancient Egypt is the royal family.
This family includes the pharaoh, his wives, and children. The pharaoh was thought of as a human form of God. Along with this social heirarchy, Ancient Egypt was run as a theocracy, which is a form of government, where the pharaoh leaders claim to rule on behalf of God.