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She really was a wise woman, wasn't she? I believe Poirot said this to Jacqueline de Bellefort in Death on the Nile, one of my great favourites.

Viking women played a real role in society, running estates while their husbands were away. Viking women were allowed to divorce their husbands if he mistreated them or their children. She was also allowed to divorce if he was not a good provider, lazy, or if he was rude to her family. In most cultures of the time, only the men could decide if they were to divorce or not. Viking women served as an important member of society. In some cases, women are noted as even having gone into battle.

Showing gratitude for everything you already have in your life, no matter how small Is a simple but powerful way of attracting even more things to be thankful for using the power of law of attraction.

Triple Moon - the Maiden, the Mother and the Crone...beginning passion and ideas, fertility and love, knowledge and wisdom.

Boudicca and Celts. Historical artwork of Queen Boudicca and Celtic Iceni men. The Celtic Iceni were a tribe that inhabited the area of England now known as Norfolk from the 1st century BC to the 1st century AD. Despite being invaded by the Romans they were allowed to keep their independence until the death of King Prasutagus, Boudicca's husband, in 61 BC. He bequeathed his kingdom jointly to the Emperor and his daughters, which angered Rome who seized his entire estate. Boudicca lead the…

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These Ridiculous Propaganda Postcards Warn Men About The Dangers Of Women’s Rights From The Early 20th Century