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Course Title[Course Code]:Civilization of Ancient Egypt "political and social systems"[ARCH 3235]

Faculty: Arts
Department: History
Program: Archaeology
Compulsory / Elective:Compulsory
Undergraduate(Third Year-Second Semester)
Hours:
Lecture:( 6 ) Practical / Clinical:( - ) Tutorial:( - )

Course Description:
The course aims at introducing the This course deals with the contributions of Egyptian civilization in two areas: first the political systems where offers and deals with the study of administrative divisions that have affected the Egyptian particular property system and tools in general and formulated its divisions, whether in the capital or provinces. It also deals with the position of the minister and the army and navy Tools and the police and the judiciary as well as the divisions of the governmental financial, agricultural and related documentation and conservation, among others. The second part relates to the social systems of family and elements of existence and continuity of the systems of marriage, divorce, inheritance, and so on. As well as the divisions of Egyptian society at all levels and walks of life and forced link this division - if any - or the general sense, also sheds light on his wealth of education a positive impact on society and social divisions in it.