Women in Ancient Greek Celebration

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Women in Celebration There is a saying that is well known, “What is good for the gander is good for the goose.” Ancient Greek religious festivities seem to only concern what is good for the gander, or in their case the men. The Greek civilization was extremely male dominated and Greek religion and its activities are looked upon as being androcentric. Very little is known about women’s festivities in the ancient Greek religion, even …

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