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They were meeting potential husbands through family connections but often they would have to decide whether to marry them after a one-hour meeting. A cousin, Saleh says, went through 10 years of this without finding anyone to settle down with. Saleh, 32, wanted to find a better matchmaking method. So he and three other entrepreneurs came up with Harmonica, a dating app he says meets the specific needs of Arab users — and gives people more than an hour to decide their future.

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Women in Egypt

All rights reserved. Archaeologists have discovered the lavishly decorated tomb of an ancient Egyptian priestess, giving a rare glimpse of the life of a high-ranking woman more than 4, years ago.

The tomb belongs to Hetpet, who served as a priestess to Hathor, the goddess of fertility, music, and dance. The tomb is also decorated with remarkably preserved paintings, including Hetpet in hunting and fishing scenes and depictions of people melting metal, making leather goods, and dancing. Among the paintings are unusual scenes of monkeys, which were kept as pets at the time. One shows a monkey picking fruit and carrying a basket, and another shows a monkey dancing in front of an orchestra.

Only one other painting of a dancing monkey has been found previously, reports the Egyptian newspaper al Ahram , with a monkey dancing in front of a guitarist in the 12 th -century tomb of Kal-ber in Saqqara. Her name was first seen on antiquities unearthed at the site in and sent to Germany. The team hopes to make more discoveries as they continue excavating the site, Waziri told reporters in Giza.

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Harmonica: an Egyptian Mobile Application to Find a Spouse the Halal Way

All rights reserved. Archaeologists have discovered the lavishly decorated tomb of an ancient Egyptian priestess, giving a rare glimpse of the life of a high-ranking woman more than 4, years ago. The tomb belongs to Hetpet, who served as a priestess to Hathor, the goddess of fertility, music, and dance.

The first-of-its-kind exhibit cataloged here focuses on the women of Egypt from all levels of society in works compiled strictly from American collections by American curators. Because the quantity of

The role of women in Egypt has changed throughout history, from ancient to modern times. From the earliest preserved archaeological records, Egyptian women were considered nearly equal to men in Egyptian society, regardless of marital status. Women were stated lower than men when it came to a higher leader in the Egyptian hierarchy counting his peasants. This hierarchy was similar to the way the peasants were treated in the Middle Ages. When women married, they depended on their husbands to make all decisions, while the women themselves were depended upon to carry out household chores.

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“Once upon a time, a man came back home from his work and couldn't find his wife, then he didn't even bother to look for her till the next day,” Nakht said  Mohamed Adly.

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  1. Jugami

    Fantasy :)

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