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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_ancient_Rome

Freeborn women in ancient Rome were citizens (cives), but could not vote or hold political ... Roman children played a number of games, and their toys are known from ..... the 50s BCE, his wife Calpurnia was responsible for taking care of his assets. .... As a rule women did not perform animal sacrifice, the central rite of most ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Children_of_Ancient_Rome

This article is about children in ancient Rome. Contents. [hide]. 1 Pregnancy and birth ... To treat pregnancy symptoms they would eat a bland diet of eggs or rice and ... of midwives greatly improved the birthing process for Roman women.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_in_Ancient_Rome

The Ancient Roman family was a complex social structure based mainly on the nuclear family, ... Legally, if a child did not share the father's citizenship, he or she was not ... A woman in Ancient Rome was under the social expectation to become a wife ... Those who lived to an elderly age expected their children to take care of ...

travelswithnancy.com/women-ancient-rome/motherhood.htm

Adoption in ancient Rome was not for the benefit of orphaned children. * Roman mothers were in ... Young Roman women must have been perpetually pregnant, a high-risk venture. Many, like Caesar's ... Caesar did that. He notified the world ...

rome.mrdonn.org/women.html

In ancient Rome, all women were under an adult male guardian. ... The wife of the guardian was responsible for taking care of the home and family. ... So, although women might be given the title of full citizen, they did not have the rights of a ...

rome.mrdonn.org/families.html

For Romans, family was the most important thing. ... was expected to treat his family with fairness and compassion and if he did not, ... A woman's role was to teach her daughters how to behave, and to bear and ... Romans did adopt children.

sites.google.com/site/voyagebackintime/home/rome-roles-of-men-women-and-children

Rich men had roles very different from the poor men of Rome. ... Usually poor women had to complete a great deal of work since they did not have the ... cook, and clean so they would be able to care for a house when they were married.

blogs.kent.ac.uk/lucius-romans/2016/06/15/why-were-new-born-children-left-to-die-in-ancient-rome

Jun 15, 2016 ... The question as to why parents might expose a new-born child has ... to the abandonment of children in the hope of others caring for them.

www.thoughtco.com/roman-exposure-of-infants-118370

Jun 8, 2017 ... In contrast, the most famous case of exposure of a Roman child ... of the family ( paterfamilias) formally had to accept a child as his and ... Roman women employed contraceptives and received abortions, as well. ... "Did the Ancients Care When Their Children Died?," by Mark Golden Greece & Rome 1988.