Theodora-Rome’s most influential and powerful woman

May 8th, 2015
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Today women are given several opportunities other individuals are denied: these opportunities include but aren’t limited to divorce rights and property ownership. When asked whom to thank for the civil liberties they possess women often answer “Harriet Beecher Stowe”, “Susan B. Anthony” or even “Elizabeth Cady Stanton”.

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TheodoraAlbany JonesJeff KinardHIS-121-FJT0602/28/2013 Empress Theodora: Romes most influential and powerful womanToday women are given several opportunities other individuals are denied: these opportunities include but arent limited to divorce rights and property ownership. When asked whom to thank for the civil liberties they possess women often answer Harriet Beecher Stowe, Susan B. Anthony or even Elizabeth Cady Stanton. These women are very important. However, a very well-spoken, prevalent, independent, and distinct woman dates back to 527 A.D. A woman by

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