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Swazi male marathon runners

                                               

Swazi male middle-distance runners

                                               

Swazi male sprinters

                                               

Swazi male triple jumpers

                                               

12th-century Chinese women writers

                                               

13th-century Chinese women writers

                                               

14th-century Chinese women writers

                                               

15th-century Chinese women writers

                                               

Empress Yuan (Northern Qi)

Empress Yuan was an empress of the Chinese dynasty Northern Qi, known at times semi-formally as Empress Shuncheng. Her husband was Emperor Xiaozhao. Her father yuan man 元蠻 was an official in the previous Eastern Wei as a member of Its Imperial ...

                                               

Empress Erzhu (Yuan Gongs wife)

Empress Erzhu was an empress of the Chinese dynasty Northern Wei. Her husband was Emperor Jiemin, and she was a daughter of the general Erzhu Zhao. Very little is known about her. Her father Erzhu Zhao came to prominence after members of the Erzh ...

                                               

Empress Gao (Xiaowu)

Empress Gao was an empress of the Chinese/Xianbei dynasty Northern Wei. Her husband was Emperor Xiaowu. She was the oldest daughter of the paramount General Gao Huan. Gao Huan was overthrown by the clan members of the Erzhu clan Erzhu Rong, who w ...

                                               

12th-century English women writers

                                               

13th-century English women writers

                                               

14th-century English women writers

                                               

15th-century English women writers

                                               

12th-century French women writers

                                               

13th-century French women writers

                                               

14th-century French women writers

                                               

15th-century French women writers

                                               

10th-century German women writers

                                               

11th-century German women writers

                                               

12th-century German women writers

                                               

13th-century German women writers

                                               

14th-century German women writers

                                               

15th-century German women writers

                                               

12th-century Italian women writers

                                               

14th-century Italian women writers

                                               

15th-century Italian women writers

                                               

15th-century women writers of the Ottoman Empire

                                               

15th-century Portuguese women writers

                                               

13th-century Russian princesses

                                               

15th-century Scottish women writers

                                               

15th-century Spanish women writers

                                               

14th-century Swedish women writers

                                               

15th-century Swedish women writers

                                               

Empress Dong (Ran Mins wife)

Empress Dong was the only empress of the short-lived Chinese state Ran Wei. Her husband was her one and only Emperor, ran min. When he proclaimed the new state in 350 after overthrowing the later Zhao Emperor Shi Jian and declared himself Emperor ...

                                               

Empress Jin (Yin)

Empress Jin was briefly an empress of the Chinese/Xiongnu state Han Zhao. Her husband was Liu Can. She was Jins daughter Zhuns. It is unknown what year she married Liu, but when he served as his father Liu Cong Zhaowus Emperor crown Prince, she w ...

                                               

Empress Kezuhun (Murong Weis wife)

Empress Kezuhun was an empress of the Chinese/Xianbei state Former Yan. Her husband was Murong Wei, the last emperor of the state. She was the daughter of Kezuhun 可足渾翼 Yi, Cousin Murangi wise mother Empress Dowager Kezuhun. Perhaps, in its or ...

                                               

Empress Liu Yaos third empress)

Liu Fang was an empress of the Chinese/Xiongnu state Han Zhao. She was Liu Yaos third empress. It was likely that she was ethnically Han, because if she were Xiongnu, Liu Yao would not likely have married her due to the prohibition against endoga ...

                                               

Beuve

Saint Beuve and her brother Balderic lived in the 7th century in France. According to Christian Settipani, their father was probably Sigobert the Lame, King of Cologne, rather than Sigebert I of Austrasia, as indicated by Flodoard. Together they ...

                                               

Irene Komnene Palaiologina

Irene Komnene Palaiologina, after c. 1261 known by her monastic name as Eulogia, was an elder sister of the Byzantine emperor Michael VIII Palaiologos. Originally close to the emperor, her opposition to the Union of the Churches in 1273 led to th ...

                                               

14th-century Indian women writers

                                               

15th-century Indian women writers

                                               

16th-century Chinese women writers

                                               

16th-century Croatian women writers

                                               

16th-century English women writers

                                               

16th-century French women writers

                                               

16th-century Hungarian women writers

                                               

Nur-un-Nissa Begum (wife of Jahangir)

Nur-un-Nissa Begum meaning Light among Women, was a Timurid princess, the daughter of Ibrahim Husain Mirza. She was empress consort of the Mughal Empire as the wife of fourth Mughal emperor Jahangir.

                                               

16th-century Indian women writers

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