In the Pyramids there is a delicate hierarcy.
At the top is the High Seat, who is the supreme ruler of the Pyramids. The position is for life. He is assisted by the Parliament.
The Seven Heads of each Caste sit on the Parliament. They are the Stratedux of the Warriors, The Medicissime of the Healers, The Laboranti of the Alchemists, the Faberin of the Crafstmen, the Legaster of the Diplomats, the Mortuan of the Necromancers and the Anius of the Aniati. This seat is voted for every ten years.
Within the Castes there are many individual ranks, but each Caste has a Deputy, in case of the death or absence of the Head.
In the Academy there is the Magister Optimus, who is the Head of the Academy. There can be any number of Magistri (singular Magister), and seven Didaskaloi (Singular Didaskalos), who are the heads of the teaching of each caste, and control aplications into the Castes at the end of the students' final year.
The Students have their own Ranks as well.
In each year there are twelve Academic Scholars, six Music Scholars and six Sports Scholars. A student can hold more than one of these positions.
In the final year there are twelve Praefecti, four Praefecti Maior and one Praefecti Maximus.