The institution of marriage in ancient Greece encouraged responsibility in
personal relationships. Marriages were usually arranged by the parents;
Ancient Greek Weddings. In Ancient Greece, around 400 B.C.E., young girls were
given in marriage as soon as they reached puberty, about the age of 12 or 13.
Wedding procession Greek marriages were usually arranged by parents and
families. Men tended to marry relatively late, around 30, and women married
It was the father's obligation to arrange an appropriate marriage for each ....
mother-in-law and escorted to the hearth, the focal point of life in any Greek home
Apr 27, 2006 ... seemingly arbitrary rituals of the Athenian wedding ceremony were ....
understanding of marriage, and of womanhood, in ancient Greece.
The fact is – and it is well to state it plainly – that the Greek world perished from
one main cause, a low ideal of womanhood and a degradation of women which ...
Most young Greek women would be married at about the age of fourteen to a
man roughly twice their age. Prior to the marriage ceremony the couple would ...
A quick look at some of the highlights of the ancient Greek marriage customs, as
they relate to women.
Traditional Greek marriage customs are passed down among generations. These
customs are also practiced for Greek weddings here in the US.
Marriage in Ancient Greek Babylon Productions Wedding Centre, Serving Greek
Wedding Traditions ( Photography - Video - DJ - Limo - Invitations - Decor ...