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The Sabarimala Confusion: Menstruation Across Cultures: A Historical Perspective by Sridhar Nithin

Menstruation Notions in Ancient Western Civilisations

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WhILE InDIa and China were the cradles of civilisation in the East, major civilisations in the West flourished in Greece, rome, Babylon and Egypt. the ancient Greek Civilisation has been dated to have started around the eighth century BCE in the archaic Period and is said to have lasted till the end of antiquity in the sixth century CE. however, it reached its zenith during the Classical period between the fifth and fourth century BCE and the subsequent hellenistic period, which lasted till around the first century BCE. Similarly, the ancient roman civilisation had its origins around the eighth century BCE in the Italian peninsula and lasted till around the sixth Century CE. after the decline of the hellenistic period, the roman and Greek cultural elements merged and made way for a Greco-roman world till the end of antiquity.

 

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The Sabarimala Confusion: Menstruation Across Cultures: A Historical Perspective by Sridhar Nithin

Author:Sridhar, Nithin [Sridhar, Nithin] , Date: June 13, 2019

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Author:Sridhar, Nithin [Sridhar, Nithin]

Language: eng

Format: azw3

Publisher: Vitasta Publishing Pvt Ltd

Published: 2019-04-04T16:00:00+00:00
Menstruation Notions in Ancient Western Civilisations

Introduction

WhILE InDIa and China were the cradles of civilisation in the East, major civilisations in the West flourished in Greece, rome, Babylon and Egypt. the ancient Greek Civilisation has been dated to have started around the eighth century BCE in the archaic Period and is said to have lasted till the end of antiquity in the sixth century CE. however, it reached its zenith during the Classical period between the fifth and fourth century BCE and the subsequent hellenistic period, which lasted till around the first century BCE. Similarly, the ancient roman civilisation had its origins around the eighth century BCE in the Italian peninsula and lasted till around the sixth Century CE. after the decline of the hellenistic period, the roman and Greek cultural elements merged and made way for a Greco-roman world till the end of antiquity.

the mesopotamian Civilisation originated in CentralSouthern mesopotamia, between the tigris and the Euphrates rivers. mesopotamia is one of the oldest cradles of civilisation, which saw the dawn of civilisation around 12,000 BCE. Between 3,500 BCE and 2,000 BCE, the region saw the emergence of two important civilisations: Sumerian and akkadian. But it was during the reign of the amorite Dynasty from Babylonia between 2,000 BCE and 1,600 BCE that the mesopotamian civilisation was transformed into the Babylonian Civilisation and reached its zenith. Similarly, ancient Egypt saw the dawn of civilisation around 10,000 BCE in the proximity of the river nile. the Egyptian civilisation reached its zenith during the Pharaonic period, which started around 3,200 BCE, when Upper and Lower Egypt were unified,and lasted till the region was occupied by alexander III of macedon in 332 BCE.

now, let us briefly look at how these ancient civilisations of Greece, rome, mesopotamia and Egypt perceived menstruation. Greek Civilisation

the ancient Greek civilisation reached its zenith during the Classical age, when it emerged as a source of flourishing knowledge in almost all areas of arts and sciences. We can trace the roots of medicine, biology, philosophy, physics and politics of the western world to this Greek Classical period, which saw the emergence of great thinking minds like hippocrates, Socrates, Plato, aristotle and archimedes, to name a few.

In Classical Greek medicine, menstruation was well recognised as being beneficial to women. In fact, menstruation was perceived as a phenomenon, which differentiated women from men. Lesley Dean-Jones in her book, Women’s bodies in Classical Greek Science calls menstrual blood the ‘linchpin’ of both the hippocratic and the aristotelian understanding about how women differed from men.1 She further adds: whether a woman was healthy, diseased, pregnant, or nursing, in classical Greece her body was defined scientifically in terms of blood hydraulics.2

Despite this overwhelming recognition of the importance of menstruation in the classical medical texts, it appears that the topic is seldom mentioned in Classical Greek Literature, including the Greek comedies, which have otherwise utilised almost every human biological function as fodder. Even Classical Greek mythology does not have an explicit account about the origins of menstruation.

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