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A role model is an important person who has an important role in society He is an example to his people and everybody wish to follow him and be like him in order to have the same fame that he has Actually people make role models they believe in some people and in their ideologies and they let them be famous by spreading or applying their ideas We can say that in order to be classified as a role model one should be different than other people One may have an extra capacity or intelligence which he proved and that made the people love or hate him A role model is therefore any tyrant or loving person that made some different thing from other people Each role model should have some ideologies that he has to accomplish or try to apply on people Therefore even if he doesnt make his values and norms valued in real life he may left some souvenir and some hope in some peoples life Well role models exist and have existed since ancient times They contributed in creating and marking our history by their behavioursThis paper deals with two considered to be role models the first one from the ancient time is Samiramis and the other is Zenobia Two important women who can prove that females were and will always influence and be a contributing member in life and in historySome historians claim that the existence of Samiramis is a fairy tale Some others argue about its period of time However because her name was connected to the story of Nenoi and the building of Babel we cannot deny or reject her existence in real life Well Samiramis was born in a strange situation Some say that she was born in a region near Syria and that her mother was a maid who mother left her in the desert after
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