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If this passage is translated correctly, then paedophilia was apparently not evil by itself.

At any rate, given the nature of the (human) beast, one ought to expect individuals to have existed in ancient Egypt, who were sexually attracted to pre-pubescent children, and the dearth of records referring to it, may be a clue to the attitude of grown-up Egyptians towards paedophilia.

According to tomb depictions children were often naked and even grown ups removed their clothes in public when the work they were doing required it.

Representations of phalli are not infrequently found in temples as part of fertility scenes rather than sexual activity.

But a scribe warned his pupil: I hear that you are neglecting your writing and spending all your time dancing, going from tavern to tavern, always reeking of beer...

If only you realized that wine is a thing of the devil...

This has led some researchers to suspect that they might be psychoactive, but no such effects have been found.

Little is known about the sexual mores, and the rarity of any mention of sex has been variously interpreted as being the result of prudish attitudes or, conversely, of sex being an accepted, natural phenomenon not worthy of a special mention might be interpreted as there having existed at least periods when sexuality was repressed.

Egyptian terms for the various kinds of sexual intercourse are ill defined.

Adultery had generally more consequences for the wife than for the husband and was roundly condemned.

But while affairs must have started the neighbours' tongues wagging, they were apparently not punishable by law, in contrast to other ancient Near Eastern societies.