The ancient Egyptians knew 'Tom and Jerry'

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The ancient Egyptians knew 'Tom and Jerry'

The ancient Egyptians knew 'Tom and Jerry'
The ancient Egyptians knew 'Tom and Jerry'

The ancient Egyptians are known that they love parties, fun and happiness, they used to dance and sing, they knew how to enjoy their free time, and they were keen to have those times as a joyful break after the daily hard hours, the fun parties were held in Temples.




According to a study released on the occasion of the world’s celebrations of Happy Day, which falls on the 20th of March every year, it is surprising that the laughing conflict between cat and mouse, which is embodied in the episodes of the famous animated series "Tom and Jerry," is something that the ancient Egyptians knew before thousands of years.




The study prepared by the Director General of the Archeology of Luxor and Upper Egypt, Dr. Muhammad Yahya Owaida, indicates that the conflict between the cat and mouse was one of the general topics in literature in Pharaonic Egypt, and that sarcastic image was found on the pieces of the ostraca, and they depict examples of that laughter between cat and mouse.

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