Egyptian Women

Egyptian Women

There’s Something Special about Egyptian Women 

In ancient Egypt, women had some specific rights that women from other societies could not have, like owning property, being at court, they were equal to men legally. Despite all these the Egyptian women as children were raised as a dependent people, on their father or brother. 

Egyptian married women were supposed to depend on their husbands when it comes to making decisions & taking care of the children & household chores. When it comes to leadership Women in Egypt were always neglected and considered to be lower than men in terms of leadership. 

Despite having a lot of obstacles, they have created an impact on Egyptian history through their skill of ruling and peace holding, like Nefertiti, Cleopatra, Hatshepsut, and many more. 


This ancient woman was ahead of his time. She was the first Egyptian woman to become a pharaoh. Hatshepsut Reign Started in 1,500 BCE approximately. 

She took good care of her subjects and erected many public buildings and temples. She married her half-brother Thutmose, as there was a rule that the pharaoh is a god and they have to choose spouses from the royal family.


Neferneferuaten Nefertiti was the wife of the great Pharaoh Akhenaten. She was the ruler of the 18th Dynasty. During the period of her rule, religious revolution and culture reached their peak. 

This Egyptian woman is world-famous for creating the global icon of women’s power & beauty, the painted sandstone bust. It was discovered in 1913.


Among the Egyptian women leaders, Cleopatra VII Philopator was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom in Egypt. 

Her reign lasted from 51 to 30 BC. She was the companion of the son of King Phillip II, Alexander the Great. 

During a crucial period in Rome, she became the influencer of politics. She was also famous for her connection with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.

Not only human Egyptian people used to worship female deities too. It was believed that Goddess Isis was the daughter of the god of Earth, Geb, and goddess of Sky Nut. Ancient people of Egypt used to believe that Isis had powers like magic, healing, protection, and many more. Few people even believed that she was the goddess of motherhood and fertility and was worshipped up to 6th century C.E

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