In 69 B.C. Cleopatra was born into a world of pandemonium and chaos. She was a very brave and intellectual woman. Cleopatra is a hero because she captivated many hearts and restored Egypt to its former glory. Witness how Cleopatra came to power and reigned over Egypt.
She herself was initially unsure about succeeding to the throne. But after her half-sister's death in November 1558 she did. The image of Elizabeth's reign is one of triumph and success though it also faced its share of wars. Her popularity and respect was boundless and she was often addressed as 'Gloriana', 'Good Queen Bess' and 'The Virgin Queen'. She was very well-educated (fluent in six languages) and she is known for her intelligence, shrewdness and determination.
Queen Elizabeth I: England’s Golden Girl There have been many great kings and queens that have ruled England throughout the years. Some of the greatest rulers came from the Tudor monarchy that ruled from 1485 to 1603 (Alchin). As kings and queens of England, Tudor descendants made great strides in establishing England as the world power it is today. Of all the Tudor rulers, Elizabeth I proves to be more popular and to be more prominent in today’s society. Despite having faced many family problems, she was able to accomplish great things including the reestablishment of Protestantism and the defeat of the Spanish Armada.
There were struggles and many obstacles for the Ottoman Empire, but it was difficult to defeat them. There were tremendous Sultans with many wives who inspired and helped in the success of the Ottoman Empire but also in the collapse. In no other Empire were Women as free and uncontrolled than the Ottoman Empire. Many Women abused their position and was a cause in the downfall of the Ottoman Empire. The women’s
“My philosophy is that not only are you responsible for your life but doing the best at this moment puts you in the best place for the next moment (Bluerock, Grace). A woman whose childhood worth was oppressed but, prominent authoritative value was worth multi-billion dollars. Oprah’s life was always an uphill battle that started with a brutal childhood, breaking through from the past, and finally the endeavor to change her fate. Oprah Winfrey experienced a difficult upbringing but overcame her past and is now one of the most influential females in American society. January 29, 1954 in Kosciusko, Mississippi Oprah Winfrey was born to Vernon Winfrey and Vernita Lee.
6(“Wu Zetian Becomes Empress of China: 690.”) She was famous because she eventually rose from concubinage and challenged the patriarchal system by advocating women’s intellectual development and sexual freedom. Wu was the only female emperor of China in more than four thousand years. 2(“Wuhou.”) Although she was often accused of being brutal and ruthless in her ways, she was a successful and
19th Amendment Changes Lives! Article by Sophie Champ Breaking news for the first time ever women have the ability to vote! This is a huge step for women 's equality throughout the world. After much fighting and arguing for rights, women have come a long way and are very proud of their achievements. After years and years of battling the men who lead the government, the 19th amendment has been ratified.
This is sadly a very far cry from the truth but then anything in Pakistan which does not suit the popular and corrupt mindset is usually deemed an agenda of some foreign white hall of power which forever hangs over us in our imaginations. This new modern liberating mindset as it is painted has been around ever since the days of Fatima Jinnah who fought for women’s rights throughout her life. Rana liaqut Ali Khan who founded the “United front for women’s rights” was another pioneer in activism in those days. In fact the early days of the feminism were met with great success as women not only achieved the right to vote but made it part of the constitution to have representation reserved for them in the parliament from 1956 to 1973. After this came Bhutto era, and this really opened up all government services to women including the district management group and the foreign service (in the civil service), which had been denied to them earlier.
Mother Archetype Mothers are seen occasionally as the strangest, craziest, altruistic people that have ever been encountered. However some argue that they are the complete opposite. The basic perception of mothers that they are loving, caring, and very nurturing, and this makes up the mother archetype, not only modern day but records and perceptions that date back to ancient history. Although it has come along way, Mothers play a very important role in modern day theatre, literature, and even stories dating back to the biblical era. In ancient texts, we see this role being played by Thetis, Achilles mother in Greek mythology.
One example is the one who is rightly known as "the most powerful woman in the world”- Oprah Winfrey. She was exploited and sexually harassed from a very tender age of nine to thirteen. Despite her harsh childhood she was determined to not let her past affect her future. Her courageous story of resilience and determination has won the hearts of millions around the globe. Currently, she is one of the most famous people worldwide and has her own talk show.