The Gender Roles of Persia Rome Teotiancient persian societyhuacan and Maya BCE CE

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Women supervised domestic chores and had a say in her childrens marriage partners and took care of some financial afirs.

Both men and women performed religious rituals By Caroline Shanahan, Veronica Mierzejewski, Jordan Morgan, and James Vogel Compare and Contrast *Women were involved in religion in both the Persian and the Teotihuacan/Maya civilizations. In Persia, they could be priestesses, and in Mesoamerica they participated in religious rituals along with men.

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During rd and nd centuries BCE, Roman expansion in Mediterranean allowed women to possess a lot of property. Rome Maya and Teotihuacan Gender Roles in Persia, Rome, Teotihuacan and Maya B.C.E. C.E. Women tended to their own domesticated animals.

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Women could be prominent urban residents as priestesses.

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*In Persia and Mesoamerica, women were responsible for weaving iles. In Rome, however, women tended to domestic chores in their households. Similarities DifferencesFull transcriptMore presentations byVeronica MierzejewskiThe Industrial Revolution New Sources O…

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*In all three civilizations, women had the potential to be prominent iniduals in their societies. In Persia, they could be priestesses. In Rome, they could own a lot of property. In Mesoamerica, they partook in religious observances. *Women in Classical Rome most likely had more rights than women in Persia and Teotihuacan/Maya. In Rome, they could own property and take care of their milys financial afirs.

It was a patriarchal society. Men were imperial bureaucrats and clan warriors, both groups being leaders. Women were not involved in government. Persia Eldest male ruled the household and arranged marriages for his children. They were called pater milias.

*All of these civilizations were patriarchal societies. The men in Persia led the empire as imperial bureaucrats, the men in Rome headed their milies as pater milias, and the men in Mesoamerica held public positions that ran their tribes.

Women wove iles and upper class women could dye them.

There was strict enforcement on laws preventing women to get an inheritance, but they found ways to evade the law.

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Women could be employed by temple and imperial workshops in the ile business. In return for their work, they received grain, wine, beer, and meat from employers.The Gender Roles of Persia Rome Teotiancient persian societyhuacan and Maya BCE CE

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