- Author:Marjorie Wall Bingham,Susan Hill Gross
- Publisher:Upper Midwest Womens Hist Ctr (June 1, 1983)
- Pages:125 pages
- Subcategory:Ancient Civilizations
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Ancient Greece and Roman societies were some of the most recognized in history. In Politica, Aristotle stated that, "It is the best for all tame animals to be ruled by human beings.
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1. Women in Islam : The Ancient Middle East to Modern Times. Marjorie Wall Bingham; Susan Hill Gross. Published by G E M/McCuen Publications, Incorporated. ISBN 10: 0865960259 ISBN 13: 9780865960251.
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Bingham, Marjorie Wall, 1936-; Gross, Susan Hill, 1934-; Donaldson, Janet; Women in World Area Studies (Project). Women in World Area Studies. Includes bibliographies. v. 1. From pre-Columbian times to the 20th century - v. 2. The twentieth century. Women, Women, Femmes, Femmes. St. Louis Park, MN : Glenhurst Publications.
Ancient Greece: Women carry water at a public fountain. Other enslaved women worked in big perfume factories, or in textile factories, where they spent all day spinning wool and linen and then weaving it into big bolts of fine cloth for their rich owners to sell on the Silk Road. History of spinning And weaving. Many enslaved women worked on farms, planting and weeding the fields, then picking grapes and olives when they were ripe.