Hatsheput Gender Roles

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The way that Hatsheput ruled alone reminded me of Queen Elizabeth I, but with different gender views in the different societies. Amazingly, it's fascinating that Egyptian society treated women almost as equals with freedoms that women in other cultures didn't have like property owning and divorce (as it details in Chapter 2, p.g. 42). However, regardless of these beliefs, Hatsheput still dealt with people who disliked her rule. Conclusively, I got the idea that these people that disliked her not just for her gender being in ruling, but because the Egyptians believed that a household, domestic activities and marriage were only an equal balance between women and men (P.g.
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