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The Myths and Legends
of Ancient Greece and Rome
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By: John Kyriazoglou
Short maxims and quotations of the seven sages of ancient Greece (Solon, Thales, Chikon, eyc.), before the advent of Aristotle, Plato and Socrates. These are presented in English with their ancient Greek translations included in the appendix. These could be used to support anyone in their every-day activities and to get an insight into the ancient Greek world in a very easy way.
By: Mitchell Carroll
What was the role of women in Athens?
To live, controlled by the men in their lives!
Their father controlled them before they were married
Their spouse controlled them once they were married
What did girls do?
They learnt to read- in school or at home
They learnt important household skills-spinning, weaving, sewing, cooking and other household jobs
Learnt simple facts on mythology, reli...
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