they could own houses
The social structure of ancient Greece was basically split between free men and slaves. The slaves had absolutely no rights, and neither did women or children.
Cleisthenes grant full rights to all free men of Athens.
they wear cloths in ancient greece
Ancient Greece women were not allowed to vote b/c women didn't have many rights. Only men were allowed to vote once they were at the age of 14.
It varied from city-state to city-state, but on the whole, women had very few rights in Ancient Greece.
Greece Many of countries in Greece womens didn't had many rights however this is forbids of Greece, Athens and Sparta
Women in Ancient Greek were considered inferior to men and did not have the same rights. For that reason they were not allowed to participate in the Olympic games.
they were considered as men
Men in ancient Greece were treated much better then women.Men were given rights to own land,speak for themselves in court,and most importantly were able to participate in government,voting.Women though, did anything their husband told them to.
men in ancient Egypt almost the same rights as women in ancient Egypt.
Elected officials have responsibilities to their electors, not rights.
they dressed in clothes.
Boys in Greece had to go to school and carry on traditions led by their ancestors. Men had to to the dirty work in Greece, but women almost worked as hard as the men did!
Democracy, so equal branches.
There jobs were to be the best artisan they can be?