But an Egyptian family was not just a status symbol - the Egyptians loved their children and were not afraid to show it.
But there were some advice to parents, written by scribes: Do not prefer one of your children above the others; after all, you never know which one of them will be kind to you. Women got the worst punishment for adultery - a man might just be forced into a divorce, but a woman could conceivably be killed for that crime.
Moisten seed-wool with the mixture and insert it in the vagina.
Where her twin sister Nephthys was barren, Isis was fertile.Sex was an important part of life - from birth to death and rebirth. The gods themselves were earthy enough to copulate.The Egyptians even believed in sex in the afterlife. Even the Egyptian religion was filled with tales of adultery, incest, homosexuality and masturbation... Masculinity and femininity itself were strongly linked with the ability to conceive and bear children...Prostitutes advertised themselves through their clothing and make up.Some prostitutes wore blue faience beaded fish-net dresses, some of which is kept in the Weingreen Museum of Biblical Archaeology in Dublin.