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  1. Salome danced for Herod Salome’s dangerous world. Jezebel, the ‘painted hussy’ Bathsheba took a chance Activities Text Her world People in Bathsheba’s story. Queen of Sheba & Solomon. Scandalous Queen Berenice. Herodias, wily mother of Salome. Jerusha, ambitious mother. Michal loved handsome David Text Harem life Her story

  2. Ruth Naomi’s story The Bible text Famous paintings of Ruth. Samaritan Woman The story in John’s gospel Enemies: Samaritans & Jews Wounded Women. Adulterous woman & Jesus Her story in John’s gospel Attitudes to woman

  3. Sep 24, 2016 · We made some fantastic points in class about how Lady Macbeth takes on the archetypal female role of temptress in this scene which links her to a long line of mythical temptresses: Biblical – recall Eve in the Garden of Eden or Salome who requested the head of John the Baptist; in Greek mythology, the Sirens’ beautiful song tempted sailors ...

  4. Rita Hayworth was the epitome of Hollywood glamour and allure, a stunningly beautiful actress and dancer. During World War II, her pinup pictures decorated barracks walls and ships' bulkheads wherever servicemen went, and over two decades her often tempestuous romantic life thrust her into the headlines.

  5. › name › nm0000847Theda Bara - IMDb

    Theda Bara, Actress: A Fool There Was. Theda Bara was born in Cincinnati, Ohio, as Theodosia Goodman, on July 29, 1885. She was the daughter of a local tailor and his wife. As a teenager Theda was interested in the theatrical arts and once she finished high school, she dyed her blond hair black and went in pursuit of her dream. By 1908 she was in New York in search of roles. That year ...

  6. When Edward Cullen and Bella Swan met in Twilight, an iconic love story was born. But until now, fans have heard only Bella's side of the story. At last, readers can experience Edward's version in the long-awaited companion novel, Midnight Sun. This unforgettable tale as told through Edward's eyes takes on a new and decidedly dark twist.

  7. Women in the Bible are victors and victims, women who change the course of historical events, and women who are powerless to affect even their own destinies. Ancient Near Eastern societies have traditionally been described as patriarchal , and the Bible as a patriarchal document written by men from a patriarchal age.

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