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Title: Nasab of the Tanukh 1546-1633
Other Titles: الست نسب التنوخية 1546_1633
Authors: Khairallah, Shereen
Keywords: Nasab of the Tanukh
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: University of Balamand
Part of: Chronos
Issue: 10
Start page: 167
End page: 179
There have been many unusual, capable, intelligent women throughout our history. These women are usually unsung heroines, rulers and regents, writers and teachers, doctors and scientists, women who have defended their homes single-handedly, who have kept an invading army at bay, who have sacrificed for the greater good. But because traditionally women stayed at home and reared children, they were kept in the background and ignored. Family history, in the thought of both sexes, was founded on men.
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Type: Journal Article
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