Agreement In Ancient Egypt
Inscriptions in tombs and on stelae and papyrs that provide the first legal affairs obtained can be dated to the Old Kingdom. They indicate that the legal system was well developed at that time and suggest that there must have been a long period of experimentation before. Egyptian law is considered with Sumerian to be the oldest surviving legal system in the world and its complexity and level of development are on an equal footing with ancient Greek and medieval law. (93). But in the legal field, both women and men could act alone and were responsible for their own actions. . . .