Ancient Greece - Prof. Pruste February 25, 2008 Ancient...

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Prof. Pruste February 25, 2008 Ancient Greece The Roles of Family Members in Ancient Greece During the time of Ancient Greece many things were important in the life they lived. However, nothing was as important as the people it took to run Ancient Greece. Each person in the family had a job and a lifestyle that was different from the rest of the family members. There were the Men, the Women, the Boys & Girls, the Babies, and last but not least the Slaves. Life was not as easy during the times of Ancient Greece; therefore, each person had to work hard each day in order to rest at the end of the day. The role of a man has not tremendously changed since the times of Ancient Greece. Men were still looked at as the person with the head role in most jobs, politics, or even hard outside labor. “During the times of Ancient Greece Men ran the government, and spent a great deal of their time away from home” (Martin 1). When not involved in politics, the men spent time in the fields, overseeing or working the crops, sailing, hunting, in manufacturing or in trade. For fun, in addition to drinking parties, the men enjoyed wrestling, horseback riding, and
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course QUEST Sage 220 taught by Professor Pruste during the Spring '08 term at St. Andrews Presbyterian College.

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Ancient Greece - Prof. Pruste February 25, 2008 Ancient...

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