3. Women's leisure: 3000 years ago
" Music, youth
and the women
in ancient Egypt "
An orchestra ...Three women playing the harp, lute and tambourine.
(Tomb n°100 of Rekhmire, vizir et governor of Thebes in the XVIIIth dynasty.)
So much to enjoy
Silence, please for the
Dancers and flute-players - Paintings from Thebes (New Empire), at the British Museum in London.
The audience wants more? YES! Encore! ... encore!!
The Tomb of scribe Nakht - (XVIIIth dynasty) The Tomb of Pached - (a noble of the Ramses period)
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