Women In Ancient Greece

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History

 

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Gaye R

 

Date added:

February 14, 2014

 

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University

 

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A

 

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They always forced to have a guardian beyond themselves. The guardian of a woman before marriage was his father, and after the marriage, her husband took over her father’s job. If she was a widow, a male relative or her son took over this job. Thus in fact, women’s citizenship in Ancient Greek was under mystery...
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Thus in fact, women’s citizenship in Ancient Greek was under mystery. So, what are the main roles of women in Ancient Greek? Some of the women in Ancient Greece were treated as prostitutes (betairas), Their main duty was to entertain men in both a sexual and a social sense. The betairas could be considered as slaves because men could use them as prostitutes, singers, dancers or flute girls...
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