Women in Rome

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May 31, 2016

 

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A man could divorce his chosen wife for any reason that he wished, though if the reason was other than adultery then the man was made to give up one half of his property to his wife (Document 1). Some reasons that men divorced their wives were: Gaius Sulpicius Gallus: "He divorced his wife because he caught outdoors with her head uncovered...
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Some reasons that men divorced their wives were: Gaius Sulpicius Gallus: "He divorced his wife because he caught outdoors with her head uncovered." Another, Quintus Antisius Vetus, divorced his wife, "because he had seen her in public having a private conversation with a common freedwoman." A third, Publius Sempornisus Sohus, divorced his wife, "because she had gone to the games without his knowledge...
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