The Museum of Menstruation and Women's Health Average age at menarche in various cultures In Europe and America, and probably in other cultures, the average age at which a girl first menstruates has gradually declined in recent historical times, the possible reasons being better nutrition and health but see below. The age seems to have leveled off in America at the end of the 20th century, although the first appearance of other signs of sexual maturity, such as breast growth and pubic hair, is still declining, possibly as a result of obesity and estrogen in the environment - for example, from discarded birth control pills. Please send me good sources for estimates; I want to put well-documented ones for different cultures on this page. I'm putting the contributions I've received or found most recently, at top. See booklets for menarcheal girls and their parents that companies Kotex, Tampax, etc.
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Thanks for watching! Visit Website All healthy male Spartan citizens participated in the compulsory state-sponsored education system, the Agoge, which emphasized obedience, endurance, courage and self-control. Spartan men devoted their lives to military service, and lived communally well into adulthood. They were farmers, domestic servants, nurses and military attendants. Spartans, who were outnumbered by the Helots, often treated them brutally and oppressively in an effort to prevent uprisings.
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Historical Context: The Atlantic Slave Trade was likely the most costly in human life of all of long-distance global migrations. The first Africans forced to work in the New World left from Europe at the beginning of the sixteenth century, not from Africa. The first slave voyage direct from Africa to the Americas probably sailed in The volume of slaves carried off from Africa reached thirty thousand per year in the s and eighty-five thousand per year a century later.