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Women in Samurai Society

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Jalen Brunsoon

on 25 March 2015

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Women in Samurai Society
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12th century Samurai women enjoyed their Status. A Samurai wife could help matage the hosehold. Women sometimes fought in battle too. Tomeo Gozen fought and killed many enemies.
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Tomeo Gozen wasn't the only famous women warrior. A Samurai, named Komen was famous for saving her clan banner by swimming to shore with the banner clenched between her teeth.

Though they rarely fought they were expected to be as loyal and as brave as men.
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By the 17th century, women's position in society had weakend. Daughters were put into arranges marrages.

Wives were expected to bear sons, manage homes, and look after their husbands.
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They were told to be up early and go to sleep late, also manage the household.
Peasent Women had some rspect because they worked along side their huspands, but in samurai families women were under men's control.
Here is a short clip about women in the 12th century
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