The Treatment of Women Throughout History: Ancient Sumerian Law Oppressing Women’s Rights, Salic Law Oppressing Women’s Rights Post 15th Century, the Humanist Education Model, English Queen Elizabeth I Using Gender Neutral Terms, English Playwright William Shakespeare’s Vocabulary, Persian Philosopher Al-Ghazali’s View of Women, Ottoman Emperor Suleiman the Magnificent’s Wife Roxelana Shaping the Ottoman Court, the Etymology of “Harem”, the Ottoman Government Ensuring Women Could Not Hold Positions of Authority, the Ottoman Empire Not Participating Within Primogeniture, the Role of the Mothers of the Sultans Sons, Roxelana Changing the Family Model of the Sultan, Roxelana Relocating Her Court to Topkapi Palace, Roxelana’s Children Carrying On Her Legacy, and the Indian Poem Epic of Mahabharata

The right to speak is a weapon which has been used against woman for the past 5000 years. Sumarian law stated that a woman who speaks out of turn should have her teeth smashed by a bricked. In the Bible, Timothy 2:11 - 15 states “a woman should learn in quietness and full submission. I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet”. By the 15th century, France and the Roman Empire followed Salic law which was the legal framework which explicitly excludes wom...

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