Even today some marriages are by proxy, some involve a dowry (bride's family giving money or presents to the groom or his family), some require a bride price (the groom or his family giving money or a present to the bride's family), few may have any sort of courtship or dating, but most have deep-rooted traditions.One nearly universal marriage tradition is that of the engagement ring. I like to dressing in classical clothes looking for a honest, caring, loving man. Like to walking, listen good music Go outside for a dinner I am honest, caring, loving.Jealousy is part of an Egyptian man as much as hypocrisy is part of society.
As a result, when the phone rings, you have to keep silent, because it could be the patriarch at the end of the line.Most ancient societies needed a secure environment for the perpetuation of the species, a system of rules to handle the granting of property rights, and the protection of bloodlines. Different periods of time and different cultures have very different histories when it comes to women.Ancient Egypt, in theory, gave women equal rights, but it wasn't always practiced.Most couples didn't marry because they were in love but for economic liaisons.The people involved didn't then and don't today have much to say about the decision.