She could own and dispose of property and go about as she wished.
From epigraphy, we read that a Roman woman was valued for piety, modesty, maintenance of harmony, and being a one-man woman. Originally, kings ruled Athens; then an oligarchy (rule by the few), and then democracy (voting by the citizens).
Those Romans never did anything original, just tried to copy the Greeks!
Well, I think it's about time that somebody stood up for the Romans.
Yes, Roman art was influenced by both Greek and Etruscan traditions, but there's a fine line between appreciation and plagiarism.
Roman art represented a unique blending of Greek, Etruscan, and local Roman tastes to create a distinct artistic tradition.
Greek pottery, for instance, was a popular import in Italy.
The economy of ancient cultures, including both Greece and Rome, was based on agriculture.
In terms of architecture, the Greeks set the foundations for the perfect temple: symmetrical and balanced, reflecting ideal geometric ratios.
The Romans fell in love with Greek symmetry and the use of geometry as the basis for aesthetic beauty.