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Journal: مسکویه
Year:1388 | Volume:4 | Issue:11
Start Page:191 | End Page:212

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REASONS OF POLYGAMY AND ITS CONSEQUENCES IN THE NASERI PERIOD SOCIETY

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GOLJAN MAHDI | BEIGI NADIEH

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 Start Page 191 | End Page 212

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POLYGAMY was common among the well-off social groups in NASERI AGE. Women, who most often had no role in choosing their spouses, entered the HAREMs through a marriage contract, a marriage formula or as a bondwoman. They benefited from a variety of rights and privileges due to their social standings. On top of all HAREMs was the magnificent HAREM of Naser ud-Din Shah with a wide range of women from various tribes who seemed to live a prosperous life. The multiplicity of women in HAREMs particularly in the king’s HAREM had provided an environment, jealousness and quarrel of women. This would in turn lead to both the risk of transferring them to other men and kings as means of strengthening ties, and spreading of ethical corruptions and superstitions, even murder. This article studies the sources to find the reasons of interest of men from noble groups particularly Naser ud-Din Shah in POLYGAMY, and the consequences.

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