Patriliny


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Patriliny

 

the tracing of descent, kinship relations, and inheritance through the paternal line. Patriliny is one of the characteristics of a patrilineal clan system. Historically, patriliny succeeds matriliny or sometimes a bilateral system, which can serve as a form of transition from matriliny to patriliny. Patriliny has been preserved to the present time.

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Here, as elsewhere, the barbarian slave concubine, with her repeated reminders of proper wifely etiquette and her demonstrated loyalty to the patriliny, becomes a foil whose presence highlights the inappropriate and destructive behaviour of the unfaithful wife and demands pity and sympathy for her plight from the audience onstage, the chorus, and off.
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In the next section, I review the literature about women's status in preindustrial societies and describe in more detail the bar of patriliny and other factors that have previously been identified as contributing to the restriction of women from religious rituals.
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xlii) Little work has been done to examine how much patriliny is retained in these denominations.