Source: http://www.wiktenauer.com/ (via bythegardengate and askhistorians – closeup images were my little addition)
Shajar al-Durr lesson plan!
Ashley B strikes again, sharing a lesson plan based on the story of Shajar al-Durr! The skills practiced include: Reading Comprehension, Vocabulary and Listening, and Note Taking.
When she was assassinated for her critiques of the police, protests broke out across Brazil.
After her grandmother died, this 4-year-old walked 8km in -34C weather to get help.
RPs in a Fan's Collage for Women's History Month
Reader Cassie wrote in to show off her usage of various Rejected Princesses in a great collage she made for Women's History Month.
She can climb, abseil, start a fire with a tampon, and catch a fish with her bare hands, making her more than qualified to survive the zombie apocalypse.
This unlikely heroine created her own Woman's Army of 70,000 soldiers through good manners and political savvy - and then used it to overthrow one of China's greatest douchebags.
This amateur dancer escaped a life of abuse by pretending to be an Indonesian princess - and eventually became a victim of the maniacal world of espionage.
Roundly-despised and unfairly-maligned seductress of the bible who ran afoul of the wrong priests.
Joan of Arc
The infamous teen girl who helped end the Hundred Years War and save France - but do you know how…
She traded a life of privilege for one spent fighting for justice on both literal and political battlefields so tirelessly that even exiling her five times couldn't keep her down.