Belt or girdle with a woven love poem, 16th century. A few wealthy women of the time were able to break the mold of subjugation to achieve at the least fame, if not independence.
And comb the head so that whatever adheres to the hair as excess comes off. During the Renaissance salons were known as ruelles companies. Forgotten lists of accomplished women began to surface, and historians paid more attention to the role of women as patrons, purchasers and creators of art.
It was difficult for members of a patriarchal society, in which husbands were heads of households, to distinguish between a woman's status as a private wife and as a public ruler. The salon became especially popular in Paris, but such gatherings were also found in Berlin, Germany; Vienna, Austria; and London, England.
She also published a poem to defend herself against unfounded accusations that she had a sexual attraction to a man named Arsacius Seehofer.
Among them were Diana Rieti and her sister Fioretta Bat Sheva Rieti Modena, who both knew the Torah books of Jewish wisdom and lawthe Talmud Jewish traditionsthe midrash explanations of early Scripturethe works of the Jewish philosopher Maimonides also known as Moses ben Maimonand Kabbalah also cabala; Jewish mysticism.
Women who did not marry were not permitted to live independently.