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-The earliest literary mention of a [[butler]] is probably that of the man whose release from prison was predicted by [[Joseph (Hebrew Bible)|Joseph]] in the [[biblical]] account of Joseph's interpretation of the dreams of the [[Pharaoh]]'s servants. The word "butler" derives from the [[Old French]] ''bouteillier'' (cup bearer), from ''bouteille'', (bottle), and ultimately from Latin. The role of the butler, for centuries, has been that of the chief steward of a household, the attendant entrusted with the care and serving of wine and other bottled beverages which in ancient times might have represented a considerable portion of the household's assets.+'''Pharaoh''' is a title used in many modern discussions of the [[ancient Egypt]]ian rulers of all periods.
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Pharaoh is a title used in many modern discussions of the ancient Egyptian rulers of all periods.




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