November 24 2012
Women in Ancient Greece
Throughout history women have always been considered inferior to men.
One era in which this train of thought was prevalent was in Ancient Greece.
Although the Greeks valued f
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The Classical Period (479-323 BCE)
Part of Corinth. 433 suffered political disorder of democrats
and oligarchs. Athens took the side of Corcyra. Had the
second largest navy during the Peloponnesian war.
Abram T. Morris
CLA 105/ HIS 211
November 29, 2012
The Importance of Women in Ancient Greece
In 2012, it is difficult to imagine that women would not have the right to vote, the ability
to choose who they marry, or even be permitted to read, wri