تقسيم الميراث على العائلة المصرية ابان العصر الروماني
The inheritance in each system is part of the general philosophy of this system, especially in the property. The Romans gave the owner of wealth an absolute right to use it in his life and recommend it after his death. The inheritance division that prevailed in Egypt during the Roman era period was determined by inheritance quotas according to legal frameworks or decisions of the rulers The succession of the rulers of Egypt or the governors, especially the right of the wife and children and grandchildren of the inheritance of this inheritance was the commandment or without a will and determine the share of inheritance according to the degree of kinship of the family The purpose of the division of inheritance is to achieve the maximum degree of justice or satisfaction in accordance with the legal nature of the preservation of rights All The heirs. It is clear that the wife does not share more than a quarter of the inheritance In some cases, she does not inherit the fact that she is over 50 years of age or that her husband did not leave a will assigned to her part of the estate. As for the children, the eldest son had twice the share of his brothers because he succeeds his father in running the family affairs in addition to performing the funerals of the father. The choice of leaving the deceased parents ill with a will or without a will and the daughter had an uneven share. Sometimes they get a special share of the inheritance and sometimes other equal with their brothers and times given a small amount or have the right to stay in the family home if not married or divorced But the sons cut They have the right to inheritance, provided that appointed them guardians and their share Aatsrvon not after they reach the age of majority. The adoptive sons enjoyed all the legal rights by virtue of inheritance from their adoptive fathers, while the non-brothers inherited their fathers and mothers, without distinction between them and the illegitimate children had the right to inherit only by a will or without a will. The grandchildren would inherit their ancestors from the shares of their dead fathers and mothers its share and all this in accordance with the rules in force in Egypt during the Roman era.