Women in china and egypt

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The ranking in a family was based solely around the male figure. So if women held little if any authority in their own household it should be safe to say that there is little chance that they could hold any positions of political power. There are instances in which women had risen to the top for instance, Fu Hao, a wife of Wu Ding, who ruled China in the 13th century BC during the Shang Dynasty rose to the top...
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She owned land, led armies to battle, and became very well know. Her good fortune was most likely would not have happened if it were not for her husbands political power. In china at that time it was even illegal for women to even serve in the army? so the case of Wu Ding was a rare situation. Another largely successful civilization Egypt, had many different views on women rights to political power...
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