Women in Ancient Greece

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Ancient

 

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Ann C

 

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May 30, 2016

 

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University

 

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A

 

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One Athenian woman on education had once stated, teaching young girls to read and write? It is like feeding more poison to a vile snake! Much like women, girls were totally and strictly forbidden to leave the households. Surprisingly, Spartan girls went to school between the ages of six and seven. During that time then on through the age of 18, they were taught wrestling, gymnastics, and combat skills along with many other academic subjects such as reading and math...
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Surprisingly, Spartan girls went to school between the ages of six and seven. During that time then on through the age of 18, they were taught wrestling, gymnastics, and combat skills along with many other academic subjects such as reading and math. All and all, basically, girls especially in Athens had no education whatsoever and therefore, never really had any major jobs other than to have children when they grew up...
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