Pederasty in ancient Greece was a socially acknowledged erotic relationship
between an adult ... Although the word pais can refer to a child of either sex,
paiderastia is defined by Liddell and Scot...
Indroduction to Ancient Greek Children. ... Babies born in ancient Greece often
had a difficult time surviving. Many died in the first couple days of life; therefore, ...
Choose a section: Sons and daughters. Going to school. What did Greek children
learn? Children's toys. Marriage and work ...
The Spartan family was quite different from that of other Ancient Greek ... in
ancient cultures, but the Spartans were particularly picky about their children. It
There was no word in ancient Greece that referred to the family. The word oikos
... The lives of girls and slave children took a far different course than the boys.
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 ...
Women, Children and Slaves. NB: The following focuses on life in Athens. For
info on this theme as it applies to Sparta, see 'Spartan Life'.
Slaves, whether boys or girls, also could not go to school, and many children in
ancient Athens and Corinth and other Greek cities were slaves. Any boy who ...
They were designed to keep the house cool in the summer and warm in the
winter. What was it like growing up in Ancient Greece? When a Greek child was
There was contraception in ancient Greece, but it was not readily used or
available. Most often it was used after a woman had had a few children. Not all