yes women were considered citizens. They were allowed to own property and slaves. They too over the land when their husbands went to war.
It ensured that blacks would be considered citizens.
American women were citizens but could not vote in every state.
This would be considered a democracy.
Because women weren't considered citizens.
Women weren't considered citizens (only men were).
No women were allowed to watch the Olympics because they were not considered citizens.
They leave the women to tend To the house women in both can not be considered citizens they are parts of Greece.
that's what I want to know
It's not women themselves, but what they do as citizens.
To be a citizen in Rome, could only be men. Women and slaves were not citizens. Nobody what class you were, plebeians or patricians, if you were a man, you were considered a citizen of Rome.
Children have never been able to vote. Women weren't allowed to vote because they weren't considered citizens. They werechattel and not considered smart enough to make such decisions. It wasn't until the 1920's that women were able to vote in this country, so this is not a new idea. Through out the history of the world women have always been considered the "weaker sex" and ruled by emotions rather than common sense. They were seen as the reason for man being thrown out of the garden of Eden and the creator of sin. Art has always shown women as either angles or sinners, and there was no middle for how women have been portrayed in history.
In Rome women were citizens and had the rights which citizenship conferred, expect for the right to vote and to hold public office. In Athens and the rest of Greece women were not considered citizens. Expect for Sparta they had no legal personhood and were under the guardianship of their kurios (lord, master) who was the father (or if dead, her uncle or brothers) or the husband.
Men and women over the age of 16 were considered citizens; only property-owning men could be citizens.
Women had no rights and were considered second class citizens.