Ever since the beginning of time, woman was given
a duty that she'll carry on performing until the
end of days. And that primary duty was to gather
food and crops from nearby and to bear children.
On the contrary, man was out hunting for a living.
In order to feed his wife and children. We
clearly see that lives or our early ancestors were
greatly dependent on the role of men and women,
neither one could have made it without the aid of
the other. But back then life was too simple, so
was the formation of the society, if there was
any, but by the passing of time it became more
complicated and the circle of the family became
much larger which caused the small independent
family to evolve into a fully integrated society.
Those changes caused and amendment in both roles
of men and women, and the reality and form of
Women have had their “ups and downs” from the
great times of Egyptian pharaohs through the
incomparable Roman glory. But the qu8estion that
comes along is why were the women treated
differently through out time? Was due to religious
beliefs or simply because of the woman's weak
physical composition that caused them to be
inferior. And in order to answer those questions,
we have to go back and analyze the role of women
In the Paleolithic culture (5 million-10,000 BC),
women were given such a glory for the importance
of the role that she plays in guaranteeing the
continuity of the life of the tribe (Fiero 6).
This is a magnificent reaction by simple people
whose only heedfulness is to eat and to be safe.
So what happened to the people who came after them
and were supposed to be more civilized. By
skipping thousands of years, particularly in
Egypt, females possessed land and had a had a
great deal of economical freedom (fiero 22-46),
woman and men worked side by side in farms, if so
equally. And it was very im…