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Explore suzigee87's Instagram Queen Vic at Kensington Palace #girlpower #women #womenrulers #girllove 1629391812987175354_43943824

Queen Vic at Kensington Palace #girlpower #women #womenrulers #girllove

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Explore thomsonreutersfoundation's Instagram "The elders came and said: `She will die... Even those whonvote for her' they will die.'" - Peris Tobiko, Kenyan MP and the first Maasai woman to win a seat despite elders performing a death curse on her voters. Our feature on #womenrulers OUT NEXT WEEK
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"The elders came and said: `She will die... Even those whonvote for her' they will die.'" - Peris Tobiko, Kenyan MP and the first Maasai woman to win a seat despite elders performing a death curse on her voters. Our feature on #womenrulers OUT NEXT WEEK . #womensrights #politics #news #journalism

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Explore thomsonreutersfoundation's Instagram "I haven't become mayor to be a wallflower." Soledad Chapeton, major of El Alto, Bolivia - the first female mayor of her city.
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Our feature on women rulers is out next week! Thanks to Journalism Grants #womenrulers #womensrights #politics #news #journalism 1628439056861801980_3424326119

"I haven't become mayor to be a wallflower." Soledad Chapeton, major of El Alto, Bolivia - the first female mayor of her city. . Our feature on women rulers is out next week! Thanks to Journalism Grants #womenrulers #womensrights #politics #news #journalism

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Explore mykatiagirls's Instagram a search of Wu Zetien by Nori Kaneko, inspired by Fan Bingbing’s portrait in Empress of China #norikaneko #wuzetien #fanbingbing #empressofchina #emperor #womenrulers #inspirationforgirls #herstory #zhoudynasty #tangdynasty #manga #manhwa #fiercewomen #rebelgirls #dolldesign #mykatiadolls # 1614737901353939349_3883415479

a search of Wu Zetien by Nori Kaneko, inspired by Fan Bingbing’s portrait in Empress of China #norikaneko #wuzetien #fanbingbing #empressofchina #emperor #womenrulers #inspirationforgirls #herstory #zhoudynasty #tangdynasty #manga #manhwa #fiercewomen #rebelgirls #dolldesign #mykatiadolls #

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Explore mykatiagirls's Instagram Process of a portrait for Queen Seonduk by Nori Kaneko #art #queen #seondukqueen #queenseondeok #manga #manhwa #illustration #dolldesign #womenrulers #herstory #womeninhistory #norikaneko #ipadproart 1607373156153922440_3883415479

Process of a portrait for Queen Seonduk by Nori Kaneko #art #queen #seondukqueen #queenseondeok #manga #manhwa #illustration #dolldesign #womenrulers #herstory #womeninhistory #norikaneko #ipadproart

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Explore rikaohara_'s Instagram Jean-Léon Gérôme, Caesar and Cleopatra, 1866 •
"Caesar was older and more experienced in all aspects of life than Cleopatra, but the two nevertheless had much in common. Both were ruthlessly ambitious and both were prepared to take prodigious risks to achieve their ambitions. Both had a vested interest in ensuing that Egypt did not succumb to civil war. Both had the knack of persuading the ordinary people to love them, yet both were to a certain extent lonely and insecure. Caesar had lost his only daughter and suffered from terrible nightmares; Cleopatra, estranged from her younger siblings, had lost her mother, two sisters and the father who had taught her his politics. From her uncle Ptolemy she had learned that defiance of Rome meant certain death. From Auletes she had learned that Rome, and Rome alone, could protect the Ptolemy dynasty, and that Romans could be bought. Caesar needed Egypt’s wealth, while Cleopatra needed Rome’s protection. So who seduced whom? If we accept that Cleopatra planned her unorthodox entrance to entice Caesar, we should probably also accept that she planned to seduce him. For a queen in need both an ally and a son, this would have been a sensible diplomatic move. But, as most cultures believe that ‘nice girls’ don’t plan to sleep with a blind date at their first meeting, this seemingly wanton behaviour has stigmatised Cleopatra as little more than a high-class whore." - Joyce Tyldesley, “Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt,” 2008, p.57 #cleopatra #womenrulers #queen #history #egypt #rome #caesar #nastywoman #stillwithher 1603825897769291720_3262304608

Jean-Léon Gérôme, Caesar and Cleopatra, 1866 • "Caesar was older and more experienced in all aspects of life than Cleopatra, but the two nevertheless had much in common. Both were ruthlessly ambitious and both were prepared to take prodigious risks to achieve their ambitions. Both had a vested interest in ensuing that Egypt did not succumb to civil war. Both had the knack of persuading the ordinary people to love them, yet both were to a certain extent lonely and insecure. Caesar had lost his only daughter and suffered from terrible nightmares; Cleopatra, estranged from her younger siblings, had lost her mother, two sisters and the father who had taught her his politics. From her uncle Ptolemy she had learned that defiance of Rome meant certain death. From Auletes she had learned that Rome, and Rome alone, could protect the Ptolemy dynasty, and that Romans could be bought. Caesar needed Egypt’s wealth, while Cleopatra needed Rome’s protection. So who seduced whom? If we accept that Cleopatra planned her unorthodox entrance to entice Caesar, we should probably also accept that she planned to seduce him. For a queen in need both an ally and a son, this would have been a sensible diplomatic move. But, as most cultures believe that ‘nice girls’ don’t plan to sleep with a blind date at their first meeting, this seemingly wanton behaviour has stigmatised Cleopatra as little more than a high-class whore." - Joyce Tyldesley, “Cleopatra: Last Queen of Egypt,” 2008, p.57 #cleopatra #womenrulers #queen #history #egypt #rome #caesar #nastywoman #stillwithher

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Explore readingmyworld's Instagram EGYPT
Sally-Ann Ashton, a specialist from the University of Cambridge, spent one year researching about the looks of legendary Egyptian ruler Cleopatra.
She had a large nose, thin lips and a pointy jaw. Her skin was dark and she was overweight.
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Sally-Ann Ashton, una egiptóloga de la universidad de Cambridge, pasó todo un año reconstruyendo la apariencia de Cleopatra.
La famosa faraona tenía nariz grande, labios finos y quijada puntiaguda. Era de piel oscura, media 1,52 m,. y tenía un poco de sobrepeso.
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#readingmyworld #cleopatra #egipto #faraon #pharaoh #womenrulers #famouswomen #mujeresfamosas #egypt #antiguoegipto #historia #history #historiauniversal #worldhistory #historia #egyptologist #egiptologos #egiptologo 1601500043626208217_4507728321

EGYPT Sally-Ann Ashton, a specialist from the University of Cambridge, spent one year researching about the looks of legendary Egyptian ruler Cleopatra. She had a large nose, thin lips and a pointy jaw. Her skin was dark and she was overweight. EGIPTO Sally-Ann Ashton, una egiptóloga de la universidad de Cambridge, pasó todo un año reconstruyendo la apariencia de Cleopatra. La famosa faraona tenía nariz grande, labios finos y quijada puntiaguda. Era de piel oscura, media 1,52 m,. y tenía un poco de sobrepeso. (Globovision.com) #readingmyworld #cleopatra #egipto #faraon #pharaoh #womenrulers #famouswomen #mujeresfamosas #egypt #antiguoegipto #historia #history #historiauniversal #worldhistory #historia #egyptologist #egiptologos #egiptologo

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Explore femoriofficialpage's Instagram Courageous, brave and selfless are the words to describe these women. Femori is super proud of them!
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Courageous, brave and selfless are the words to describe these women. Femori is super proud of them! Download the App now Apple Store- http://apple.co/2uVKAUJ Play Store- http://bit.ly/2vVRWov #femori #femorita #independenceday #freedomfighters #womenrulers #womenpower #womenstrength

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Explore hebakanso_reports's Instagram On assignment - MP Wafa Bani Mustafa #womenrulers #jordan #parliamentarian 1573835708114938381_3030857605

On assignment - MP Wafa Bani Mustafa #womenrulers #jordan #parliamentarian

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Explore ambrosialfeminine's Instagram Razia Sultan is the only woman ever to be crowned the Sultan of Delhi. After the death of Razia’s father, her brother was crowned sultan but was killed less than seven months on the throne. From 1236 to 1240, Razia’s reign, while noble and forward-thinking, did not sit well with Muslim nobles who disliked being under a female ruler.

Her rise to power is doubly notable not only because of her gender, but because her ancestors were not nobility, they were slaves. Her father, Iltutmish, had risen in ranks through support of the Turkish nobility and became the sultan. Iltutmish, was just a legendary for being the first sultan to appoint a woman as successor—his daughter Razia.
Throughout his life, Iltutmish made sure Razia had military training and was educated properly. Though her rule lasted less than 4 years, while in power Razia proved to be loyal, noble, and just. As sultan, Razia dropped her veil and wore masculine clothing. She led her armies proudly from the front. She was respected by her subjects, devoted to her empire, and loved by its people.
But it was jealousy that brought Razia down. Turkish nobles planned a revolt including her childhood lover. Razia was kidnapped and held captive. Allowing her younger brother to usurp the throne.

As sultan, Razia ordered coins to be minted to read, “Pillar of women, Queen of the times, Sultana Razia, daughter of Shamsuddin Altumish”. A builder of schools and libraries, Razia Sultan was also early STEM supporter, allowing for books on sciences to be widely read and enjoyed.
#womenrulers #womenempires #raziasultan #sultán #womeninhistory #divine #everywoman 1570793269507874957_5643085398

Razia Sultan is the only woman ever to be crowned the Sultan of Delhi. After the death of Razia’s father, her brother was crowned sultan but was killed less than seven months on the throne. From 1236 to 1240, Razia’s reign, while noble and forward-thinking, did not sit well with Muslim nobles who disliked being under a female ruler. Her rise to power is doubly notable not only because of her gender, but because her ancestors were not nobility, they were slaves. Her father, Iltutmish, had risen in ranks through support of the Turkish nobility and became the sultan. Iltutmish, was just a legendary for being the first sultan to appoint a woman as successor—his daughter Razia. Throughout his life, Iltutmish made sure Razia had military training and was educated properly. Though her rule lasted less than 4 years, while in power Razia proved to be loyal, noble, and just. As sultan, Razia dropped her veil and wore masculine clothing. She led her armies proudly from the front. She was respected by her subjects, devoted to her empire, and loved by its people. But it was jealousy that brought Razia down. Turkish nobles planned a revolt including her childhood lover. Razia was kidnapped and held captive. Allowing her younger brother to usurp the throne. As sultan, Razia ordered coins to be minted to read, “Pillar of women, Queen of the times, Sultana Razia, daughter of Shamsuddin Altumish”. A builder of schools and libraries, Razia Sultan was also early STEM supporter, allowing for books on sciences to be widely read and enjoyed. #womenrulers #womenempires #raziasultan #sultán #womeninhistory #divine #everywoman

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