The Barren Baron
In Response To: Re: Herod and Augustus ()

There were the burdens of rule, the lonliness at the top, the rites to perform, traditions to uphold, bla, bla, bla, but still job one was producing an heir.

Typically a childless king or prince found themselves pegged as an Issachar or Noah-Solomon type. These men had to have heirs produced on their behalf, but the culture at least had a means for them to save face. It was not so kind to "barren" royal women.

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