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Sinificance of the Roles of Women Throughout the Trojan War

Summary: The women of the Trojan War were courageous, loyal, devoted, strong willed, fortune seeking, inspirational and were seen by the Greek men as being objects.

Archaeological and written evidence reveals that women of the Trojan War, even though they had many qualities, were thought to be inferior to men to the point of objects and slaves. Archaeological and written evidence reveals that Greek women believed, blamed and depended on the Greek gods. The women of the Trojan War were courageous, loyal, devoted, strong willed, fortune seeking, inspirational and were seen by the Greek men as being objects.

In Source One Helen speaks to Menelaus and Telemachus explaining that she wished she hadn't left her home and that the Gods hadn't deceived her. Helen wished that she was still at home with her daughter and husband. This written evidence reveals that Greek women valued their homes and families. It also tells of Greek women blaming events on the Greek gods.

In Source two Hecabe criticizes Helens' sly schemes to love and praise the victor...

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