Thr role of women in ancient times
The Role of Women in Ancient Greece
Women in Classical Ancient Greece held an inferior social position to men. Although they were prominent in the Greek Mythology and writing such as Sophocles' Antigone, the average woman stayed at home, spinning and weaving and doing household chores. They never acted as hostesses when their husbands had parties and were seen in public only at the theater and certain religious festivals. Women were prominent in functions such as weddings, and in funerals, since they took care of the bodies. Women were not allowed to visit the Pan-Hellenic games, or the c…
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