Women In Classical Athens

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History

 

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Shannon G

 

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September 8, 2015

 

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University

 

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Religious rituals that were reserved for young girls probably had the most important impact on young unmarried women. Young girls between the ages of 5 and puberty were chosen to serve the goddess Artemis in her sanctuary at Brauron. They were labelled as ‘little bears’ and they acted out the role of untamed animals that would eventually be domesticated by marriage...
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They were labelled as ‘little bears’ and they acted out the role of untamed animals that would eventually be domesticated by marriage. Ensuing the self-perception of a young girl in Classical Greece was manipulated through behavioural instruction in the home, through the myths that reiterated social values, and through their participation in rituals that educated them in the values and morals of their society...
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