Greek women comparative essay

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Though women were not treated equally, both these periods gave great importance to female gods. Another difference is that women were not given political rights in Athens but the Hellenistic women were given some political rights. Women in Athens were given very poor standards of education. They were educated only with the consent of their father...
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They were educated only with the consent of their father. They learnt household jobs and probably how to read. The Hellenistic women were more educated. Hipparchia, one of the first female Cynical philosophers received an education based on rudimentary mathematics, music, literature, and of physical education...
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