anonymous
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What was the most common use of a woman’s dowry during the Enlightenment ?
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anonymous
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POSSIBLE ANSWERS: It went to the husband’s family; the husband and wife saw none of it. It was kept to purchase a courtesan for the husband. It was spent on the husband’s bachelor party. It was generally invested in the family economy.
anonymous
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no idea, sorry
anonymous
  • anonymous
Answer 2 the Jewish did it too

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Thankkss !(:
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NP

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