La citoyenneté dans l'Antiquité gréco-latine. Qui est citoyen ? Qui ne l'est pas ? (audio)


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La citoyenneté dans l'Antiquité gréco-latine. Qui est citoyen ? Qui ne l'est pas ?

1. Les citoyens et leurs fils légitimes

2. Les femmes et les filles des citoyens

3. Les étrangers de passage ou résidents
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Paragraph 1: Introductionsocial context

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  2. Men were country-oriented → expected wife/daughters to fit into high-status rural life-style.

  3. Women were under-privileged [?], owing to the boredom of country life.

  4. Contrast with modern woman – who can combine marriage, children and career.

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