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" Love her tenderly and fulfill all her desires as long as thou hast thy life, for she is an estate which conferreth great reward upon her lord. Be not harsh to her, for she will be more easily moved by per-suasion than by force. Take thou heed to that... "
A Guide to the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum - Page 77
by British Museum. Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities - 1908 - 256 pages
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A History of Egypt from the End of the Neolithic Period to the Death of ...

Sir Ernest Alfred Wallis Budge - 1902
...personal necessities ; " love her tenderly and fulfil all her desires as long as " thou hast thy life, for she is an estate which conferreth " great reward upon her lord. Be not harsh to her, for " she will be more easily moved by persuasion than by "force; take thou heed to that...
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The Story of the Pharaohs

James Baikie - 1908 - 379 pages
...personal necessities ; love her tenderly and fulfil all her desires as long as thou hast thy life, for she is an estate which conferreth great reward upon her lord. ... If thou resistest her will it is ruin.' The following, however, is better : ' If thou hast become...
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War, and Other Essays

William Graham Sumner - 1911 - 381 pages
...personal necessities. Love her tenderly and fulfill all her desires as long as thou hast thy life, for she is an estate which conferreth great reward upon her lord. Be not harsh to her, for she will be more easily moved by persuasion than by force. Take thou heed to that...
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The Truth about Woman

Catherine Gasquoine Hartley - 1913 - 404 pages
...was the traditional advice given to the husband. To this effect runs the precept of Petah Hotep 2 "If thou wouldst be a wise man, rule thy house and...is an estate which conferreth great reward upon her lord.3 Be not hard to her, for she will be more easily moved by persuasion than by force. Observe what...
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The Forum, Volume 42

1909
...her personal necessities. Love her tenderly and fulfil all her desires as long as thou hast thy life, for she is an estate which conferreth great reward upon her lord. Be not harsh to her, for she will be more easily moved by persuasion than by force. Take thou heed to that...
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