Couples in ancient Egypt had the legal right to draw up pre or postnuptial agreements—before or during their marriage—to ensure that wives would get a decent-to-hefty financial payout if the relationship failed.

One such document, eight feet long and written in demotic script, hangs at the Oriental Institute at the University of Chicago.

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