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Bachelors have been subject to penal laws in many countries, most notably in Ancient Sparta and Rome .  At Sparta, men unmarried after a certain age were subject to various penalties ( Greek : ἀτιμία , atimía ): they were forbidden to watch women's gymnastics; during the winter, they were made to march naked through the agora singing a song about their dishonor;  and they were not provided with the traditional respect due to the elderly.  Some Athenian laws were similar.  Bachelors in Rome fell under the Lex Julia of 18 BC and the Lex Papia et Poppaea of AD 9: these lay heavy fines on unmarried or childless people while providing certain privileges to those with several children.  In Britain , taxes occasionally fell heavier on bachelors than other persons: examples include 6 & 7 Will. III, the 1785 Tax on Servants, and the 1798 Income Tax.  Over time, some punishments developed into no more than a teasing game. In some parts of Germany , for instance, men who were still unmarried by their 30th birthday were made to sweep the stairs of the town hall until kissed by a "virgin". [ citation needed ]
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