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SKU 500504

The women of Ancient Rome were considered citizens, but did not have the right to vote and could not hold office. They did not hold official power, but could exercise influence in private situations if they were members of a noble house. Characteristics: This Roman noblewoman is gesturing knowingly, perhaps engaged in riveting conversation. This hand-painted figure features a realistic and historically accurate outfit to reflect the look of women in Ancient Roman times.   Size and Color: Ancient Rome figures range from 1.5 inches to 3 inches tall. This noblewoman is dressed in a white outfit with a gold sash and has a head full of red curls The Noblewoman is part of the Ancient Rome collection. All of our products are Non-toxic and BPA free. .


Though women who were born free in Rome were considered citizens, their official roles were limited. Though they could not vote or hold a political position, they were allowed to become priestesses, and held important roles within the family unit. Though gender was a significant factor in determining an individual’s power, wealth and social standing were also important, and a woman of a wealthy family or noble house could exert in the political sphere by operating behind the scenes, discussing matters with her husband or family.


  • Recommended Age: 3+
  • UPC: 095866500504