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Even in more "modern" communities like university students, most social interactions still take place in group settings.
Courtship in ancient Egypt was characterized by discretion and romantic love, with youthful expressions of desire reflected in the poetry of the day.
Many women would initiate the courtship, and partners would send love letters to each other, writes Walter Hazen in Ancient Times.
Marriage and family life were important in ancient Egyptian society and some women would marry young, typically around the age of 12.