Sex in the ancient Egyptians. Very rare

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller sabeg11 (68) 98.6%, Location: luxor, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 183906862880 The ancient inhabitants of the Nile Valley tried to carry women during the flood of the Great River because they believed that the gods at that time must have fertility to the land and there should give fertility to the people also so the ancient Egyptians tried to carry their womenin July and August in that warm period Of the year. The researchers obtained this conclusion after they carried out drilling operations in one of the tombs of the Dakhla Oasis, which dates back to 1800 years, about 720 km southwest of Cairo.The people who were buried there lived in the ancient city of Kalis, which has a population of a few thousand inhabitants.Meanwhile, the Roman Empire controlled its culture, but people kept their traditional beliefs and did not abandon them. A total of 765 graves have been studied so far, including the graves of 124 children born between 18 and 45 weeks after conception.The researchers were able to determine the age of these at the time of their death, in which the child because the graves at the time directed towards the sunrise is shining at different times and known of the year. This and other information indicates that the peak fertility on the Kelas was in March and April, meaning that the pregnancy took place in July and August when the temperature was 40 or more.It was also observed that the months of March and April were the time when the deaths of women of childbearing age were at their peak, and it appeared that many women were unable to bear childbearing. According to senior researcher Lana Williams of the University of Central Florida, the general picture of births in ancient Egypt was conducted through the restoration of some population statistics that the study of the graves first. It is worth mentioning that sex in summer is not the habits of most cultures of the Mediterranean because of high temperatures and this factor reduces sexual desire and sometimes affects the quality of sperm, but the people of ancient Egypt were trying to carry their women in timesof high temperature by 20 percent more than It was in other periods.This seems to be related to the prevailing belief that women's fertility was linked to the Nile flood season. William noted that this custom has been preserved to this day, according to reports of the World Health Organization, the peak fertility in modern Egypt came in March and April in the twenties and thirties of the last century. According to Williams, just planning the period of sexual intercourse between men and women and pregnancy reflects the existence of means of contraception, for example, recall papyrus, which dates back about 3800 years on the existence of honey with crocodile dung powder, and according toone hypothesis of translation of these manuscripts was necessary to do After the uterus sterilized with hydroxide. Williams believes that this method did not prevent much pregnancy but it discouraged men from having sex with women, but scientists point out that there is a biological meaning of these methods: The acidity of the dung increases, while honey has an anti-bacterial effect. Interestingly, statistics from the Roman period indicate that the peak birth rate in Egypt came in May and June, but this discrepancy can be explained simply because the statistics process was taking place during the tax collection period, and so much delayed the registration process His children . The results of the research were presented at a conference of the American Society of Archeology in Honolulu. Condition: Very rare piece.Praslan Pharaonic, Material: Glazed Porcelain, Provenance: Valley of the Kings west of Luxor

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