Daughters of Isis: Women of Ancient Egypt
"Daughters of Isis" looks at the life of women in ancient Egypt. According to the author, women in Egypt had many more rights and freedoms than women living elsewhere during that time, and the author looks at this in detail. Women's lives are examined as they worked as mothers, wives, professional mourners, prostitutes, weavers, business owners, dancers, and pharoahs.
Sprinkled throughout the book are bits of recorded "scribal advice" that has been ...
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