The Spartan woman were allowed more freedom than many, and were physically Greek women, she still had a regiment to conform too, just as a Spartan man did. unparalleled level of equality in the ancient world were treated differently.
Men had the dominant role in public life in ancient Greece. They were engaged in politics and public events, while women were often encouraged to For example, in Sparta, women had much more freedom and a larger role in society, but
Jun 3, 2012 Athens and Sparta experienced in their family, civic, and political lives. With respect to Athens, to say the least, was not a lot of fun nor was it in anyway an equal society. Women lived 6 Men thought women were incapable of the understanding required for families treated females just as well as male
The vanquished people, called Helots, were required to do all of the agricultural While North American ren are raised on Mother Goose rhymes and the
“Why are you Spartan women the only ones who can rule men?” “Because we are also the only ones who give birth to men.” Gorgo, Queen of Sparta and wife of Leonidas, as quoted by Plutarch · Spartan women were famous in ancient Greece for having more freedom . As equal citizens of the community, women could divorce and were not
In Ancient Athens, women were not treated equally to men and mostly only served as wives and mothers. Women were treated particularly poorly when it came to marriage, though How would you compare and contrast Athens and Sparta?
Jan 17, 2014 Women had very different roles and rights in Athens and Sparta. Athenian Woman They were treated very poorly by the men. Rich women
Spartan women were seen as the vehicle by which Sparta constantly advanced. Not only would men and women not have been naked in public together, but
Feb 7, 2013 comparing and contrasting how women were treated in Ancient Greece Athens vs Sparta (Continued) Sparta women were fairly equal to men
Only in Sparta did women possess economic power and influence. Nor were Spartan teens married to much older men, as was usual in other Greek cities.