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Statue of MeretAmun, Ancient  Egypt Pharaoh.

Statue of MeretAmun, Ancient Egypt Pharaoh.

Gold headdress of a lady of the court of Tuthmosis III, Thebes, Egypt, c. 1450. In addition to gold, carnelians, turquoise and glass paste are used for this. Egyptian, 18th dynasty, c. 1450 BC

Gold headdress of a lady of the court of Tuthmosis III, Thebes, Egypt, c. 1450. In addition to gold, carnelians, turquoise and glass paste are used for this. Egyptian, 18th dynasty, c. 1450 BC

Mummy of Hunefer, Book of the Dead. Scan by The British Museum (Wikimedia)

Mummy of Hunefer, Book of the Dead. Scan by The British Museum (Wikimedia)

Queen Hatshepsut of Ancient Egypt. Egypt's most powerful female pharaoh...forever smiling.

Queen Hatshepsut of Ancient Egypt. Egypt's most powerful female pharaoh...forever smiling.

Believed to be what she may have looked like in real life.

Believed to be what she may have looked like in real life.

As mulheres egípcias tinham seus direitos reconhecidos e bastante liberdade. Apesar de, historicamente, a sociedade considerar a mulher inferior ao homem, as egípcias desfrutavam de independência jurídica e financeira. Podiam comprar e vender propriedades, participar de juris, deixar testamentos. Os casais do Antigo Egito costumavam fazer contratos pré-nupciais, onde os bens e riquezas que a mulher trazia à sociedade conjugal eram enumerados.

As mulheres egípcias tinham seus direitos reconhecidos e bastante liberdade. Apesar de, historicamente, a sociedade considerar a mulher inferior ao homem, as egípcias desfrutavam de independência jurídica e financeira. Podiam comprar e vender propriedades, participar de juris, deixar testamentos. Os casais do Antigo Egito costumavam fazer contratos pré-nupciais, onde os bens e riquezas que a mulher trazia à sociedade conjugal eram enumerados.

pharoah's daughter, Scota | Princess Meritaten, Princess Scotia of Ireland

pharoah's daughter, Scota | Princess Meritaten, Princess Scotia of Ireland

Ancient Egyptian funerary mask, incrusted wood, about 1400-1300 BC, end of 18th dynasty. Louvre

Ancient Egyptian funerary mask, incrusted wood, about 1400-1300 BC, end of 18th dynasty. Louvre

A fragment of a statue of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut.

A fragment of a statue of the female pharaoh Hatshepsut.

Anubis from Tutankhamun´s tomb

Anubis from Tutankhamun´s tomb

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