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The status and rights of Women in Sweden has been affected by culture, religion and social discourses such as by the strong feminist movement as well as laws, and changed several times through the history of Sweden. Women had religious authority and were active as priestesses gydja and oracles sejdkvinna ; they were active within art as poets skalder and Sweden girl for marriage mastersand Sweden girl for marriage merchants and medicine women.

A married woman could divorce and remarry. It was also socially acceptable for a free woman to cohabit with a man and have children with him without marrying him, even if that man was married: During the Middle Agesthe status and rights of women varied between different parts of the country, as the local county laws applied different laws in different counties. The first attempt of a national law was Magnus Erikssons landslag fromwhich established one law for the country side, and one Stadslagen City Law for the city, [3] a system which was kept by the Kristofers landslag from Inthe law texts of the Old Testament from the bible were introduced in the law by amendments, [5] which Sweden girl for marriage least formally significantly worsened women's status.

There was, however, a gap between law and practice: From the Magnus Erikssons landslag of onward, daughters in the country side inherited half as much as sons. In the country side, professions were regulated by custom rather than laws.

When unmarried, a woman from the peasantry would be expected by social custom to serve in the household of another peasant family as a piga maidwhich was regarded as a way to learn household experience before marriage and was not seen as servitude: The custom of a wife acting as the proxy of her husband afforded considerable independence to women especially during the 17th century, when the men were called to serve in numerous wars and their wives were left behind to manage the family affairs in their absence, which was the case both with the wives of Sweden girl for marriage farmer-soldiers as well as with the wives of noblemen, who were left with the responsibility of wast estates and parishes and the task to act as channels to the crown for the estate dependents.

From the Magnus Erikssons landslag ofthe city law granted daughters and sons equal inheritance rights. From the 14th century until the Fabriks och Handtwerksordning and Handelsordningen ofmany professions in the cities were monopolized by the guilds. Women were, however, not excluded from guild membership.


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