Essay heading: Women in Ancient Greece

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If an unmarried woman under 18 was to get pregnant, she would have been considered a shameful soul and most likely unable to be trusted to be a responsible wife by her father and lover if any after discovering pregnancy. In Athens, a girl was considered at the verge of the pretty age, (the age of proper marriage) at age 15 to 18...
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Despite the young age, they would usually be assigned by their father men at age 30 or older. Once they had become a couple, the husband was given the so-called job of controlling the newly wed wife then on through her death. It may seem that the reason for marriage in those days was for love and happiness of both man and woman, but the main priority was to have children...
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