Humanities Lecture 3.3

Humanities Lecture 3.3 - Humanities Lecture 3/3 Patriarchy...

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Humanities Lecture – 3/3 Patriarchy of Autochthony I. Patriarchy A. Athens and Patriliny 1. Descent is traced through males 2. Only males can inherit, females cannot B. Female Chastity 1. Inheritance – goes to husband 2. Chastity is important because it keeps men’s lines from intertwining 3. The line is closely watched by Athenians 4. Could not have citizen rights, unless you had a father II. Athens and Ionia A. Athenian Hegemony 1. Naval Power a) Persian influence to keep them out of eastern Mediterranean b) Athens had the largest navy 2. Metropolis and Colony a) Ionians colonized this area, and that they all came from Athena b) Colonial cities were required to give a certain allegiance to Athens B. Ion’s Genealogy 1. Herodotus’s Testimony a) Ion is an Athenian which claims that the cities of Ionia belong to Athens b) Ion’s Athenian pedigree is a relatively late development probably Athenian propaganda c) He notes that when Athenian claimed Ion, it was when they were still
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