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Courtship in ancient Egypt was characterized by discretion and romantic love, with youthful expressions of desire reflected in the poetry of the day.Many women would initiate the courtship, and partners would send love letters to each other, writes Walter Hazen in Ancient Times.Women were traditionally in charge of the home and upper-class women especially made it a point to stay out of the sun because darker skin signified a member of the lower class peasantry who worked outdoors.
1350 BCE) and the images of the two of them together are among the most interesting depictions of romantic love in ancient Egypt.
If both families agree to the match, the couple would be engaged, while the families make preparations for the wedding.
Today, Muslim partners (especially in large cities like Cairo) might undergo more lenient rituals or find mates without a intermediary matchmaker, most likely meeting through through friends and family circles, at school or at work, but family input into the match and participation still plays an important role.
Before marriage, couples undergo a betrothal ceremony and exchange rings on which each other's names are engraved.
Coptic Christians typically marry within the faith, with non-Coptic partners required to convert, notes the BBC.
The most famous king of Egypt in the modern day is best known not for any of his accomplishments but for his intact tomb discovered in 1922 CE.