Ancient Egyptians Were More Feminists Than We Are Today

Egypt was not a matriarchal society but wasn't a patriarchal one either

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During the fifth century B.C., when the great Greek society expected their women to stay at home and take care of the house, Egyptian women freely participated in trade and businesses. They were equally paid for the work and were given legal rights…




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