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- In real life, women were not allowed to participate in the Olympic games of antiquity, with the first competition where they were allowed to compete being the 1900 Games in Paris. This fact is acknowledged in the game's loading menus, but is largely ignored during the course of gameplay, should Kassandra be the chosen protagonist. Despite this, the fact that married women were not allowed to view the games unless a male relative of theirs was competing is addressed in the side mission Kallipateira.
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