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There was no stigma attached to divorce, and divorcees could easily remarry, although such was the emphasis on having children that a woman much beyond the peak of her fertility would have had difficulty in finding a new husband.
Despite the relative ease of divorce, people worked hard at their marriages, not least because they believed that it would last for all eternity, with a departed wife able to torment an inequitable husband from beyond the grave.
They attached false penises to male mummies and false nipples to female ones, to equip the dead for sex in the afterlife.
Adultery, on the other hand, was a definite taboo, especially on the part of the wife, and women who strayed out of the marriage bed could be severely punished, including by mutilation, stoning, or burning at the stake.
In general, people sought to marry within their social class but had little regard for race or even nationality.
Attitudes toward love, sex, and marriage in Ancient Egypt are significant in themselves, and because they may have informed or influenced mores and practices in Ancient Israel (and therefore in the Bible) and as far out as Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome.
According to the Book of Exodus, Pharaoh gave the order for every son born to the Hebrews to be drowned because he feared being deposed by their growing number—which is how baby Moses ended up in an ark of bulrushes on the Nile, to be rescued by Pharaoh’s daughter.