Masses, cults and contributions were something that belonged only the woman and to the children youngest. You may find that More can contribute to your knowledge. The man enjoyed of many privileges, between them of living diverse bred loving adventures with or former-slaves, this without constituting a reason concrete for a scandal. While the woman, possua at least the right not to leave alone, all age sin. 2.1. The family of captives ‘ ‘ The studies on the enslaved family are recent, and are part of a new historiogrfica boarding that it visualizes the captives as citizens of its history (2009). ‘ ‘ Its customs, its beliefs, its sufferings and fights alone had passed to be studied in the second half of century XX.
It is well probable that this African people to the being brought for Brazil also constituted its social families and its organizations. In this way, they had been able to recover its origins and to constitute its customs again. Many times these unions of slave, being illegitimate, had exactly been a great source in what respect is said the familiar support. Concunspicncia, luxury, satisfaction of physical pleasures were everything that the catolicismo condemned. The black population that lived in senzalas and was delivers, according to church, to the most diverse sins of the meat, either voluntarily or for manipulation and orders of the owner to satisfy the wills of this. Of one he forms or of another one these blacks were inclined to a pecaminosa life, where many times were obliged to this. But before the society it was its origin forms that it thus: ‘ ‘ for the slave the sexual life answers to physical necessities, do not aim at to the procreation, (Mattoso, 1982, P.
127) 4′ ‘. The marriage between enslaved was one practical recognized and accepted one for the First Constitutions of the Archbishopric of the Bahia. ‘ ‘ As the right The holy ghost, (1) and human being the slaves, and slaves can marry other captivas people, or free and its gentlemen cannot hinder (2) Matrimonio, nor the use delle (3) in time, and convenient place to it (…); (C.P.A.B., 1707, P. 125) ‘ ‘ But as nor everything he is perfect and the Church Catholic had its interests, is clearly, it gave to the right to the marriage ‘ ‘ in the direction to finish with practical pecaminosas’ ‘ , but on the other hand it imposes conditions so that it had the ceremony, amongst which heading LXXI leaves well clearly that the betrotheds must have at least a previous knowledge of the doctrine.