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He becomes a man in the religious sense on his 13th birthday when he becomes a Bar Mitzvah at which point he is considered responsible for observing the mitzvot. This is celeb…rated by his being called up to read his bar Mitzvah Portion from the Torah, normally on the sabbath relating to his Hebrew birthday.
A steward was a manager of something, who took charge of assets, resources, and finances. His position was one of trust and authority, and he usually had to prove himself befo…re such a position was given to him, so some experience on different jobs was usually necessary, as was some education. He could be a steward after this was achieved.
There is no specific age that a person realises they are homosexual. Before puberty very few people have a strict realisation of their sexual orientation so it is likely tha…t it would become apparent at or around this time. Many people suppress or deny it and remain heterosexual until later in life, some for the rest of their life.
13, when he undergoes a tradition known as a Bar Mitzvah or "Son of a Mitzvah(Good Deed)"
They grow up and become a man at 18
Although many do not agree on a specific age on which a boy becomes a knight, it is usually around 20 or 21. Before they can become a knight, they must first be a page at age …8, a squire at age 15 or 16, and finally be deemed a knight if worthy. Usually only noble families have this opportunity.
There is no required age, though becoming an ordained rabbi before one's 20s is not common.
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A boy from Niue is considered a man during his hair cutting ceremony. Generally, they do not cut their hair from birth. When the boys become teenagers, a ceremony is held wher…e women tend the hair, which had normally been cared for by their sisters, for the last time before it is cut.
The coming of age for a boy with the Navajo is not a clearly marked by a ceremony as is is with girls. The girls have the Kinaalda after first menstruation. For boys, one …thing that is done is at the last night of the Night Way (Tl'ee'ji) ceremony (sometimes called Ye'ii Bicheii or Na'akai), children aged 7 to 13 are initiated to the ceremonial life of an adult. They are brought before the masked Grandfather of the Monsters and Female god. The boys have corn pollen put on their bare shoulders and are hit with a handful of reeds. The impersonator reveal they are in fact relatives and community and not fearful gods. The children then have the masks put on their heads and "see" the world through the god's eyes. At dawn there is a prayer said to the east. This is similar to Hopi unmasking of katchina for children but the disillusionment is not as intense. Their are also initiations into sweats for boys around this time but not as formal and not done as much. Boys in older times are said to have had rigorous physical training for adult roles which they gradually took on rather than suddenly initiated into.