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 even after the roman occupation elements of egyptian law were retained outside the major urban areas no formal egyptian code of law has been preserved although several pharaohs such as bocchoris c 722 c 715 bc were known as . Some rudimentary law code existed during the predynastic period c 6000 c 3150 bce but an actual legal system had to have been in place by the early dynastic period in egypt c 3150 c 2613 bce because it was already in use in the early years of the old kingdom c 2613 2181 bce. Law in ancient egypt diderot skalli referred to the existence of an egyptian law written in eight books that were placed next to the judges and diderot mentioned some of these laws including sentencing to death for anyone who commits one of these crimes false testimony failure to provide aid to someone who is exposed to death while he is able to help premeditated murder
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