The law in ancient egypt functioned just as it does in any country today there was a set of agreed upon rules which had been formulated by men who were considered experts in the field a judicial system which weighed evidence of infractions of those rules and police officers who enforced those rules and brought transgressors to justice. Egyptian law the law that originated with the unification of upper and lower egypt under king menes c 2925 bc and grew and developed until the roman occupation of egypt 30 bc the history of egyptian law is longer than that of any other civilization. The ancient egyptian legal system was based on common sense the egyptian goddess maat was the goddess of justice basically the law followed the teachings of maat according to the priests about what was right and wrong no remains of written laws have been found. The law in ancient egyptian language was kout which was derived in qanon in greek the ancient egyptians have established the power of their government based on a number of rules and principles that must be followed. Law in ancient egypt examines the legal philosophy legal institutions and laws of the ancient egyptians ancient documents accounts and literature provide the basis for a wide perspective of law and the egyptian legal system
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