In fact, there have not been many great women in the history of mankind compared to how many outstanding men there have been. And this is not surprising, because for most of history patriarchy dominated human society, and women did not have many opportunities to express themselves as individuals, but only acted as submissive wives and mothers. But there are cases where it was women who did something for which they are remembered and valued to this day.
Of course, many women are worthy of reverence precisely for their qualities as wives and raising children, for example, everyone remembers the Virgin Mary or who Pushkin’s nanny was. One of the striking examples of women who have shown themselves not only in this hypostasis, we can call the Egyptian queen Cleopatra, who at a young age took power in her own hands and was a wise ruler, and at the same time skillfully used her feminine charms. Or the warrior Joan of Arc, who inspired an army of victories for her country. There were also outstanding women in science: Maria Curie, who with her husband made many discoveries in chemistry, or Ashley Neather, who created her theorem in physics (since this theorem is extremely difficult for normal people to grasp, we have not described it here, but this woman certainly made great progress in science). And if you want to know more about women muses, go to the link Women’s Designer Clothing.
Women are also known as revolutionary women, the famous Rosa Luxemburg and Rosa Zetkin, who also left behind literary works. Famous and talented women-poets: Marina Tsvetaeva, Anna Akhmatova, Lesya Ukrainka — they contributed to the development of poetry, no less than their male contemporaries. Well, at any time, no matter what order in society, truly outstanding and talented women found a way to express themselves.