Greece roles of men, women and children men, women, and children in ancient greece had different roles and responsibilities let's look at the roles you and your friends and family would have had if you had lived in ancient greece.
The roles of men, women, and children in ancient greece by spencer pennybacker and taylor allen men were in charge of the family and household, mostly working as farmers or businessmen.
Ancient greece: religion and gender roles jae-hwan joo, mariana lara, alyssa carranza, and joe gallagher gender roles in ancient greece were extremely • women had special roles in ancient ritual ceremonies because their voices were higher in.
Ancient greek women the lives of women in ancient greece were very different from women in modern countries today although the greek people worshipped powerful goddesses as well as gods, the role of women in society was mostly confined to the home. The sources that survive from ancient greece are overwhelmingly written by men for men the surviving physical evidence – temples, buildings and battle memorials – all speak of a man’s world surviving works of art feature women in various guises, but rarely give an insight into any other kind of world except that in which women were controlled, contained and often exploited.
Roles of men and women in ancient greece men had the dominant role in public life in ancient greece they were engaged in politics and public events, while women were often encouraged to stay in the home. Women in ancient greece women in most city-states of ancient greece had very few rights they were under the control and protection of their father, husband, or a male relative for their entire lives women had no role in politics women with any wealth did not work they stayed indoors running their households.
According to michael scott, in his article the rise of women in ancient greece (history today), place of women and their achievements in ancient greece was best described by thucidydes in this quotation: that the greatest glory [for women] is to be least talked about among men, whether in praise or blame.