Women in ancient Greece and Rome struggled to exist.
It wasn't just a struggle to be equal to men, but even to be seen was unheard of.
Some women married, some had demeaning jobs, and others were slaves.
Their role in society was essential, however, no matter how poorly they were treated.
Education While boys were allowed to learn in school, the women of ancient Greece were often educated at home by their husbands or brothers.
Women were not allowed to spend a lot of time pursuing their education as they were needed to support their men and take care of the home.
They had to be educated somewhat to help educate their children.
The Hetaera, a group of women trained as prostitutes, were educated outside the home on things like entertaining and conversation.
Goddesses In ancient Greece and Rome it was common to believe in different Gods and Goddesses. Deities were believed to be holy, divine, sacred, and often times immortal.
There are many associations with Goddesses, but the more common associations were Earth, Household, Mother, and Love.
Marriage The singles life wasn't accepted for woman in ancient Greece and Rome.