She's important in history because she changed the course of history by killing her cousin, which by the way a friend of mine in the same history class as me is doing......@Brenna Riley Mayberry. Anyways if Queen Elizabeth wasn't born during that time in the 1500s, then Mary Queen Of Scots would still be alive during the 1500s. Queen Elizabeth 1, born on September 7, 1533 in Greenwich England. She was not recognized as a lawful offspring thought political scheming, but even with all the evil scheming, she took the throne at the age of 25 and not to mention it, but she held the throne for 44 years. The queen kept England in power through wars, political and religious confusion.
Joan of Arc was a well-known heroine of France for her leadership during the Lancastrian Phase during the Hundreds Years’ War. Joan’s full name was Jeanne d’Arc She was born January 6, 1412, to a tenant farmer named Jacques d’Arc and his wife Isabelle. Joan’s full name was Jeanne d’Arc. Although she was never taught to read or write, her Pious mother taught her to have a deep love for the Catholic Church and its teachings. Joan was from Northeast, France in a town called Domrémy.She was uneducated but she was still able to become a great leader.
She did make committed catholic bishops, and that was probably a surprise to others. While she was trying to get the throne she ordered her first execution at the Tower of London. Lady Jane Grey and her husband were the first to be charged with high treason. Mary was on the throne for five years and she was the main reason for so many deaths, and it didn’t solve her problems with religion. All of the people she had executed were English Protestants.
But after Edward VI died she staked her claim to the throne. When Mary got a taste of power she went crazy. This sudden power fueled a anger at being taken out of the royal family. Since she couldn’t punish Boleyn or her father. She blamed what had started it all the divorce or the protestant way.
The Wife of Bath beliefs that women should have the control in the relationship because she rebels and is a feminist. She just liked to be in control she liked having power over her husbands she would tell stories and and used her bedroom charms to get her way she milked them for their
The Romans were shocked that Mark Antony had given Roman land to a foreign ruler. Then Mark Antony decided to divorce Octavian’s sister Octavia, who he had a political marriage with. This enraged Octavian, so declared war on Cleopatra only. If he would have declared war on Mark Antony, it would have looked like Octavian was trying to begin a civil war. After this they went to battle at Actium, which they lost.
She lived a good life but died sad. When Marie Antoinette was a child she was very happy. Marie Antoinette was born in Austria France on November 2, 1755. She was the second youngest in a family of fifteen children. When she found out that she would be queen of France her mother made her take many classes on etiquette.
HOLIDAY ESSAY Was Mary I’s reign entirely bad? By Lily Ellis Mary I’s reign started in 1553 and ended when she died in 1558. She was born to King Henry VIII of England and his first of six wives, Catherine of Aragon, in 1516 in Greenwich. Soon after, Henry VIII divorced Catherine of Aragon, claiming that their marriage was illegal, affecting Mary’s status severely. Her mother was a devout Catholic, so Mary also became one.
Though she is extolled little in history, she should have been known for her fight as daring queen, and for her love as caring mother. Margret of Anjou was born in 1429 in the province of Anjou France during the hundred years war in England. Her father and mother were king René and Queen Isabelle of Lorraine. Her mother was a near related to the queen of France. When Charles The Duke of Larraine, who was Margaret 's grandfather, died the province passed to her mother, and her uncle fought for Anjou and Lorraine and unjustly won.
This did not mean that men were any less caring towards women, in an ideal setting, but these documents show that women were something to be simultaneously treasured and feared. Overall, Ovid’s advice to young men contained in Book I and Book II, details not only the logistic and physical aspects of wooing a woman but also the mind games involved in such a task. On the other hand, Book III, which is his advice to young women, is primarily focused on the physical aspect of a relationship. In reading these writings, it becomes clear that women were considered something to manipulate, in order to avoid being manipulated by them, and that women would always want a man in the end. In addition, his advice to each sex only reinforces the stereotypes set out for each.
Her son was born a few months later and his name was James VI of Scotland. The men Henry betrayed soon became angry and killed him. She was soon persuaded to marry one of the men, James Hepburn. The other men became enraged with Hepburn and battled with Mary but soon Mary turned herself over to be imprisoned. During her Imprisonment, she was forced to abdicate her throne to her infant son.
Birth: 1122 or 1124 CE (exact date is unknown), but some accounts record her family listing her as 15 in the Spring of 1137 CE ,and some other accounts record her 14th birthday to be in 1136 CE. Her place of birth place was Poitiers, Western France. Death: 31 March, 1204, when she was just 82 years of age, and surprisingly, she died at her place of birth, in Poitiers in Western France. Parents: Aenor de Châtellerault, (1103 – March 1130) and William X, Duke of of Aquitaine (1099 – April 9, 1137) Occupation: She was one of the most powerful, wealthy women in the history of the Middle Ages. She was the eldest child of William X, who was Duke of Aquitaine at that time, and she rose to be Queen of France.
Mary Queen of Scots was born into the throne and pronounced queen of Scotland at six days old when her father died. In her lifetime, she was the queen of two countries: Scotland and France. Mary spent most of her adult life imprisoned in Lochleven Castle and later escaped and fled to England to seek help from her cousin Elizabeth. When Mary went to receive help from her cousin it did not work in her favor. She had several husbands and secret lovers that caused problems with her ruling.
Margaret Sanger Margaret Sanger, a feminist social reformer, argued that “women cannot be on equal footing with men until they have complete control over their reproductive functions”. Her argument improved our everyday life by providing more information on contraceptives, giving women the power to control their bodies, and changing the role of women and men. Margaret Sanger was determined and dedicated to provide women with information about contraceptives which eventually improved the lives of many women. During the Progressive Era, women had gained a lot more interest in becoming independent by working and improving their education. However, they were still suffering from equal rights with men.
The Second Stage focused on the time after feminism and been moderately accepted. According to the unknown authors of this article, “The demand for feminism done with, she wanted the focus of feminism to shift to effective juggling of career and home, equal distribution of responsibilities and economic freedom” (Betty Friedan Biography. (n.d.). This was one of her most famous works along with The Feminine Mystique. In The Second Stage, Friedan argues that once past the initial phases of describing and working against political and economic injustices, the women’s movement should focus on working with men to remake private and public arrangements that work against full lives with children for women and men both (The Second Stage.