Pharaohs ensured that their burial chambers were packed with all kinds of treasures. Continue reading The Expensive Business of Death | Why Wealth Was Buried in Ancient Egypt
Share-cropping on small fields is characteristic of Egyptian land management with landlord and tenant sharing in different degrees the investment and the return. Continue reading The Harvest of The Land | A Story of Ancient Egyptian Land Tenure
The Egyptians were aware of the unique environment in which they were placed and where they flourished. Continue reading A Barren Desert’s Fertile River | A Story of Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptians made a distinction between the Black Land, which was named after the silt deep black mud deposited by the inundations; and the Red Land, which was the fearful and deadly desert. Continue reading The Political Economy of Ancient Egypt
For the ancient Egyptians, it was surplus grain that led to the establishment of one of the most successful economies of the ancient world. Continue reading The Ancient Economy of Egypt | Land Management Lessons from Antiquity
Slavery has existed since the beginning of recorded history, but it did not always exist. Continue reading Did Settled Societies Perpetuate Slavery?