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Were women allowed to watch the ancient greek games?

no, women were not allowed to watch the greek olympic games.


Why werent women allowed to perform in greek plays?

No.... not back in the Greek days


Are women aloud a part in ancient greek plays?

No women were not allowed to take part in Ancient Greek plays as it was seen as below women and even undignified for men.


Has a girl or women done the Olympics in ancient greek?

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Were women allowed to watch ancient greek theatre?

no because it made the womens dicks hard


Could women take part or attend the plays?

Women were not allowed to take part in the Greek plays but they could attend plays if their husbands also attended. The women were portrayed by men in the theater.


Where women allowed to watch?

In the USA, women are allowed to watch whatever they want, wherever they want.


Why were women not allowed to participate?

women were not allowed to participate in ancient greek


Were women allowed to watch the first olympic games?

when were women first allowed to watch the Olympic games


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No women were allowed to watch the Olympics because they were not considered citizens.


Were women allowed in greek theatre?

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Could women take part in greek theatres or attend in plays?

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