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R oles of the Women . By Jose Rangel. Royal class women . Isabella d'Este. Woman was supposed to marry well, be loyal to her husband and give birth to boys. Many women did not fit the mold of what they called a " Renaissance Woman.“ Subservient to men.

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r oles of the women

Roles of the Women

By

Jose Rangel

royal class women
Royal class women

Isabella d'Este

  • Woman was supposed to marry well, be loyal to her husband and give birth to boys.
  • Many women did not fit the mold of what they called a "Renaissance Woman.“
  • Subservient to men.
  • They were dependent on their male relatives to support them
  • They were used to forge alliances with other powerful families through arranged marriages.
lower class women
Lower class women
  • lower classes were also expected to obey the male members of their families without question.
  • women would not have attended school or received any formal type of education
  • learn how to govern a household and become skilled in all housewifely duties.
family life for women
Family Life for Women
  • Disobedience was seen as a crime against their religion
  • women were expected to marry to increase the wealth and position of the family and then to produce children
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http://www.elizabethan-era.org.uk/

  • http://www.yesnet.yk.ca/schools/projects/renaissance/renaissancewomen.html