She is celebrated for her beauty and her love affairs with the Roman warlords Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.
Half the nineties, I traveled, together with my Egyptian love poetry friend to Hurgada in Egypt. The first night in the hotel we were approached by 2 animators. They asked us if we wanted to go out with them. Every single night during our stay they asked us the same question, we refused every time again, until the last night of our stay.
We visit a bar with them, that is next to the hotel. As soon as we arrived there, only one of the 2 animators was there.
He was very courteous and used all his charme to seduce me. Before we went back home he asked for my address and telephonenumber. He accompanied us to the airport. Two days later he called me and told me that he missed me so much, he was sick because of it.
He asked me to return as quick as possible. After a few months, I returned to Hurgada. At that point in time I just broke up with my boy friend and lived alone.
I stayed in the same hotel as before and he was there as well. He did spent all his free time with me. I fell in love, it was a beautiful holiday and he made me feel like a real woman. He wanted to introduce me to his family. This gave me the impression that he was honest and really loved me.
We agreed, that when I would come the next time, we would go visit his parents in Luxor. In between my holidays in Egypt we wrote and called eachother a lot. Later on we could get married in the official way, I agreed. Two years later, I did visit him 12 times by then and he did spent 1 month in the Netherlands, we got officialy married in Luxor.
Six months later he came to Holland. I paid for everything, because he had nothing. We planned to stay in Holland for several years to earn some money and then move to Egypt.
He was studieing, I worked. After he had lived here for more than six months, he thought that renting a house, was a waste of money and he suggested we should buy a house. All this with the money I had from an inheritance and a small loan. Later on we could then sell the house and with that money buy something in Egypt.
I agreed, and as we were officialy married, the house would be his property as well as mine. After he finished his studies, he worked for a few years at different places, but it never lasted long. In that period he spent more time at home, than at work.
He prefered to be his own boss, so we started our own business. That means it was his business, a small barbershop for men. As we were married, I had to sign together with him on all the paperwork; rent of the building, loans, etc.
If things would go wrong I would bear the burden, but I trusted and supported him. From that moment onwards he changed completely, he became a real horror. At first he had a staff working for him.
After work he was going out with the staff.There are numerous Egyptian Love Poetry from this period of ancient Egyptian history. The love poems from this period illustrate much of the lives and attitudes of the Egyptians and also influenced other civilisations and races, notably the Hebrews whose own love poetry bear a close resemblance.
Cherry Pink And Apple Blossom White — Pérez "Prez" Prado ( - ) and his Orchestra ' Pyramids, mummies, tombs, and other icons of aristocracy and the afterlife dominate our images of ancient Egypt.
But love poems composed thousands of . Ancient Egyptian literature was written in the Egyptian language from ancient Egypt's pharaonic period and Amduat written on papyri from the New Kingdom until the end of ancient Egyptian civilization.
Poems were also written to celebrate kingship. For example, at the No Egyptian love song has been dated from before the. Cleopatra was born in 69 BC - 68 BC. When her father Ptolemy XII died in 51 BC, Cleopatra became co-regent with her year-old brother Ptolemy XIII.
They were married, in keeping with Egyptian. Nephthys, Sister of Isis, Mistress of the House by Caroline Seawright January 31, Updated: November 29, The goddess Nephthys one Egyptian deity who seems to have been ignored or pushed into the background.
She didn't become a major cult figure, like her sister Isis, but one must remember that Nephthys, too, was a sibling of the most famous gods of ancient Egypt - Isis and Osiris.