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Responsibilities of Muslim women varied with the income of their husbands. The wife of a poor man would often work in the fields with their husbands.
Wealthier women supervised the household and its servants.
They had access to education, and among them were poets and scholars. Rich or poor, women were responsible for raising children.
In the early days of Islam, women could also participate in public life and gain an education. However, overtime, Muslim women were forced to live increasingly isolated lives. When they did go out in public, they were expected to be veiled.
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