Mrs. Tsenhor: A Female Entrepreneur in Ancient Egypt

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Mrs. Tsenhor: A Female Entrepreneur in Ancient Egypt by Koenraad Donker van Heel.pdf

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Descriptions : Tsenhor was born about bce in the city of Thebes Karnak She died some sixty years later having lived through the reigns of Amasis II Psamtik III Cambyses II Darius I and perhaps even Psamtik IV By carefully retracing the events of her life as they are recorded in papyri now kept in museums in London Paris Turin and Vienna the author creates the image of a proud and independent businesswoman who made her own decisions in life br br If Tsenhor were alive today she would be wearing jeans drive a pick up and enjoy a beer with the boys She clearly was her own boss and one assumes that this happened with the full support of her second husband Psenese who fathered two of her children She married him when she was in her mid thirties br br Like her father and husband Tsenhor could be hired to bring offerings to the dead in the necropolis on the west bank of the Nile For a fee of course and that is how her family acquired high quality farm land on more than one occasion But Tsenhor also did other business on her own such as buying a slave and co financing the reconstruction of a house that she owned together with Psenese She seems in many ways to have been a liberated woman some years before the concept was invented br br Embedded in the history of the first Persian occupation of Egypt and using many sources dealing with ordinary women from the Old Kingdom up to and including the Coptic era this book aims to forever change the general view on women in ancient Egypt which is far too often based on the lives of Nefertiti Hatshepsut and Cleopatra










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