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  • WOW!!
  • During childhood and motherhood the ideal vision of woman for men was to stay home and weave wool. Their main "occupation" was to look after the children and care for the cloth production. They would cook and care for their husband when they came home.
  • According to evidence found in archeological digs, we have found that woman had a different wing for bathing in the public baths. The rich bathed in different wings than the poor. Also, the people in the public baths often came to socialize.
  • SOLD
  • Before marriage, the bride was expected to wear all the gifts her husband sent her.The form of marriage known as manus in the early Republic. Under this early form of marriage, the bride passed into the "hand" of her husband; that is, she was transferred from the her father to that of her husband. Her dowry, any inheritance rights transferred through her marriage, and any property acquired by her after marriage belonged to him.
  • Julia 1 and Julia 2 please come here.
  • Women during the Roman Empire, didn't have the right to vote or run for counsel. However, a women's power relied on their social status. Woman in the lower class had no say in government. However, women in the higher class had some say in government from the influence of their husband.
  • However, a woman could own property in her own name, file for divorce, sell her property. However, she had to consult to a male to do so. Also according to the Augustan laws, if a woman hereto be found guilty in adultery she would lose at least half her property.
  • Woman did not have their own FULL name. For example a daughter in a household could be just called simply "Scuscpus". However, there could be multiple names that are the same in the family. There could be "Scuscpus 1 OR 2"
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