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It is relatively easy to say who invented the light bulb, but impossible to say who built the first chair. They took one out of King Tut's tomb when they opened it in 1922, and King Tut died 1400 years before Christ was born and that certainly wasn't the first chair, either. So they have been around a long time. If there was a first man, he probably sat on the first chair.
Chairs have always been something more than a place for us to bend in the middle and put our posteriors on other legs in order to take weight off of our own. Chairs serve as a bed when it is too early to go to bed, and a place to take a nap before turning in a night's sleep. Chairs have also been a symbol of power and authority, probably because before the 17th century only the very rich owned real chairs. The other people sat on the floor at their feet, in most countries.
Today, the type of chair one uses is a direct indication of their social status. In a stereotypical office the executive sits at his desk with his large leather executive chair which swivels and leans back, fully equipped with arm rests and wheels for easy movement, while just outside the secretary sits at her typing chair
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