A New Discovery: Women Held Rank in America's "First City"

Let's take it back a few centuries to 1,000 and 1,200 AD where North America's so-called "first city" once thrived. At that time, the now burial mound of Cahokia in Missouri was thought to be a civilization solely run by men. Read More »

Ancient Egyptian Women Shared the Same Legal Rights As Men

The Middle East is often labeled as a no-(wo)man's land for progressive human rights. According to a 2,480-year-old document, this phenomenon was far from standard in ancient Egypt. Read More »