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Veronica Franco (1546-1591), Italian poet and courtesan | 15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School

Veronica Franco (1546-1591), Italian poet and courtesan | 15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School

The new season of Person of Interest plunged us into a dystopian A.I.-monitored world. And all of a sudden, Root is the linchpin of everything.

The new season of Person of Interest plunged us into a dystopian A.I.-monitored world. And all of a sudden, Root is the linchpin of everything.

Here is an infographic full of interesting facts, numbers & statistics about entrepreneurs. How to fund a new company? Where is the best country to start a business? What about women entrepreneurs... http://www.backlinkfy.com

Here is an infographic full of interesting facts, numbers & statistics about entrepreneurs. How to fund a new company? Where is the best country to start a business? What about women entrepreneurs... http://www.backlinkfy.com

"Wives and Daughters: The Women of Sixteenth Century England" by Kathy Lynn Emerson. A fantastic one-stop bio-book on the influential, infamous, and all-together interesting women at the Tudor and Elizabethan court. A must-have for those who study the 16th century, and also women's history enthusiasts.

"Wives and Daughters: The Women of Sixteenth Century England" by Kathy Lynn Emerson. A fantastic one-stop bio-book on the influential, infamous, and all-together interesting women at the Tudor and Elizabethan court. A must-have for those who study the 16th century, and also women's history enthusiasts.

LYDIA: Lydia was a seeker of truth and an independent woman who questioned the status of her day. She was an entrepreneur who sold purple cloth in the city of Philippi about A.D. 50.  She had the knowledge and skill to run a successful business and a large household.  She probably was one of the most influential women in her city and represented the “new woman” of her day.

LYDIA: Lydia was a seeker of truth and an independent woman who questioned the status of her day. She was an entrepreneur who sold purple cloth in the city of Philippi about A.D. 50. She had the knowledge and skill to run a successful business and a large household. She probably was one of the most influential women in her city and represented the “new woman” of her day.

Joss Carter, Person of Interest Next to Beckett Was the only other Sexxxxxxy Cop on TV Taraji P. Henson

Joss Carter, Person of Interest Next to Beckett Was the only other Sexxxxxxy Cop on TV Taraji P. Henson

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