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Such were the cases of Hatshepsut, Nefertiti, Nefertari and the Nubian Egyptian Queens.
The further Nubian Queens were able to maintain this status.
Furthermore, lower-class families, especially in Upper-Egypt, have tended to withdraw females from school as they reached puberty to minimize their interaction with males.
Lower-class men frequently preferred marriage to women who had been secluded rather than to those who had worked or attended secondary school.
Only the children from the Great Royal Wife could expect to succeed to the throne, and if there were no son but daughters by her, then a son by another wife or concubine could only get the throne by marrying the heir daughter, and whoever did so would become the new King.
Women could also own property, divorce their husbands, live alone and occupy main positions, mostly religious, in similarity with Assyrian women.
Women were shown to be allowed the opportunity to take part in the economy, such as their role as merchants, as it happened later in the Roman Empire, specially among the lower classes.