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    • Learnt to read in School or at Home. Learnt important household skills- spinning, weaving, sewing, cooking etc Learnt simple facts n mythology, religion and occasionally musical instruments. Stay at home. Left the house for religious duties. Not able to watch Olympics. If Father had accepted the Baby girl, it would remained, otherwise killed. Could do jobs in Funerals, Weddings and State Religious Festivals.
    • Oikos: Basic Unit of Society Household Family Kyrios: Lord, Master Male Guardian
    • Anakalypteria: Gifts given to new Bride on her Marriage from her Husband and Relatives Unveiling of Bride. Epiklerate: In case of no male Heirs of a person Property were Transmitted directly to Grandson.
    • Well established convention in Fifth Century. Most significant form of Property acquired by a Woman by her Kyrios. No legal Obligation. Due to Moral Pressure. Finding a husband without Dowry was not Possible.
    • Direct Inheritance to Women was very Rare. Sons either Natural or Adapted Inherited the Property. Daughters were excluded from Inheritance.
    • •Achieved by mutual agreement, by husband, wife or her family. •No legal process but fact of separation. •Repay of dowry. •Father could terminate marriage of his daughter. •Divorce initiated on the wife’s side also had to be registered with the Archon, the Chief Magistrate.
    • Politai: Citizens with full political rights. Astai: Citizens having civil rights but not political rights.
    • Right to Vote. Job rights. Can participate in Olympics. Property rights even after be married. Can participate in politics.