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Question: question 3 8 marks a list two ways in which...

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Question 3   (8 marks)                                                                            

a) List TWO ways in which the lives of Spartan citizen women differed from
    citizen women in Athens.

b) Describe the marital arrangements in ancient society for:                                    

i.  Athenian women.Some would announce that they are offering there daughter for marriage and it would become a competition for her hand in marriage.
ii. Spartan citizen women. Spartan women would have there head shaves and kidnapped then taken to bed.
iii. Roman aristocratic women     Men and woman in rome usually just had an arranged marriage for political power or an alliance or just a form of friendship between two families.                                                                   6  marks

 

Question 4   (10 marks)

 

How did involvement in social and political life differ for women in ancient Greek and Roman
societies?  Refer to specific evidence in your response.

 

 

Question 6   (10 marks)                                                                                                                                                                             

a) Other than the source below, identify THREE various sources available to investigate
     the reign of Assyrian kings.                                                                                   3 marks

b) How did the Assyrian army deal with a society that seriously rebelled?   Refer to
    specific evidence in your answer.                                                                          4 marks

c) Assess the usefulness of the source below when investigating warfare in this period.

    Be sure to refer to the source in your answer.                                                       3 marks

 

 

Bronze band from palace gates of Shalmanesar III (852BC)

British Museum

Bronze band from palace gates of Shalmanesar III (852BC)
British Museum

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