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Comparing Ancient Female Rulers1Assignment 2: Project Paper – Comparative EssayJames IkeHUM 111Dr. Darryl ClaybonEmpress Wu Zetian & Pharaoh Hatshepsut
Comparing Ancient Female Rulers2IntroductionAll through history, women were only considered to be home carers. As a quote fromConfucian beliefs, "having a woman rule would be as unnatural as having a "hen crow like arooster at daybreak" (Female Heroes of Asia: China," 2016). History has proven that womenhave accomplished within leadership roles over a millennium.For example, inside the politics ofancient history, the leadership qualities demonstrated by powerful women should receive equaltreatment in all forms of their lives.Women had to lead logically, showing strength, smarts,alsoholding back emotions, embedding fear to all that may oppose them.Women rulers had to gofurther than their male equals.It's important to institute the truth behind the advantages ofwomen in leadership rule, noting those that experienced life within the political domain ofancient China and Egypt. Analyzing and discussing the leadership roles of Pharaoh Hatshepsutand Empress Wu Zetian and what pushed them to obtain and enforce their leadership parts.Empress Wu ZetianWu Zetian (also known as Empress Consort Wu, Wu Hou, Wu Mei Niang, Mei-Niang,and Qu Zhao), was born in Wenshi County, Shanxi Province, in 624 CE. She was born into awealthy family. Her father was Wu Shihuo, a chancellor of the Tang Dynasty. Wu's father pushedher to develop the ability to read and write developing intellectually.This learning was onlyencouraged for men to accomplish in this timezone.(Wu Zetian, ancient.EU, March 17, 2016).

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