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The Hetaerae Women of Ancient Greece: From Slaves to Influencers

2 pages | 520 words

The essay discusses the Hetaerae women of ancient Greece, who were originally slaves and foreigners who served as prostitutes and entertainers for the wealthy men. However, over time, they became some of the most independent and influential women in Greek society. They were highly educated and had a great deal of freedom in public life. They played an important role in the symposiums and were very influential in social life.