Egtved Girl

Egtved Girl (13??-1370 B.C.E.) is the name given to the remains of a young woman found in Egtved, Denmark. The Egtved Girl lived in the Bronze Age (1700-500 B.C.E.), when people first built weapons and jewelry out of bronze instead of stone. Based off of the time of...

Eulalia Guzmán Barrón

Eulalia Guzmán Barrón was born on 12th February 1890 in San Pedro Piedra Gorda, Mexico but moved to Mexico City with her family when she was 8 years old. From an early age, Guzmán was aware of gender inequality and was determined to challenge the...

Gladiator Girls

 While information and literature exists on male gladiators, there is also some evidence of female gladiators throughout the ancient Roman empire. In A.D. 117, at the height of the Roman empire the Romans controlled land from North Africa to Great Britain and...

Minnesota “Minnie”

Please note that we have elected not to include a picture of Minnesota Minnie in respect for the wishes of descendant tribes. In 1931 construction crews working on Highway Route 59 came across a human skeleton in along the eastern shore of Prairie Lake near Pelican...

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