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Manners and Traits of the Ancient Egyptians during the New Kingdom
Journal of Association of Arab Universities for Tourism and Hospitality
ARTICLE INFO Abstract The research focuses on some traits that reflect the core of the social life in ancient Egypt. The chosen sample was the New kingdom community of Deir el-Madina. It is taken as an example as it is considered a comprehensive community, which provides us with various source evidences that explain the relations between the villagers and their behaviours. This study discussed different traits, and qualities, and a mix between good and bad manners. These traits were clear indoi:10.21608/jaauth.2020.29929.1007 fatcat:4b62b3p62nepfmo4coavuopeky