Women in Antiquity were valued through their fertility. Thus, the fact
that their destiny as wives was determined by their capacity of providing
legitimate descendants causes a series of biological, social and ethical factors
which ruled their body. This paper is an attempt to draw a reasonable explanation of some features of the behaviour of women in society. It also gives an
account of the various kinds of restrictions imposed on them.
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