Definition of Matriarchy. Meaning of Matriarchy. Synonyms of Matriarchy

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- Matriarchy is a social system in which women hold the primary power positions in roles of political leadership, moral authority, social privilege and control...
- Black matriarchy is a term for the black American families mostly led by women.[by whom?] The issue was first brought to national attention in 1965 by...
- Operation: Matriarchy, known in Russia as Velian (Велиан), is a 2005 science fiction first-person shooter game developed by Russian studio MADia Entertainment...
- Utrecht. In 2008 Gala formed the label Matriarchy Records, based in Brooklyn, New York. "Tough Love" is Matriarchy Records' debut album released digitally...
- connected with male impulse and desire. The idea that there could have been a matriarchy and a cult of the mother goddess was supported by archaeologist Marija...
- Britannica describes this view as "consensus", listing matriarchy as a hypothetical social system. 'Matriarchy' Encyclopædia Britannica, 2007. "Cronus | Gr****...
- New Amazonia: A Foretaste of the ****ure is a feminist utopian novel, written by Elizabeth Burgoyne Corbett and first published in 1889. It was one element...
- practices resulted in the Goddess movement. The concept of a prehistoric matriarchy was introduced in 1861 when Johann Jakob Bachofen published Mother Right:...
- first novel by a Naga writer in English. Her second novel was "A Terrible Matriarchy" (2007) followed by "Mari" (2010), "Bitter Wormwood" (2011) and "Don't...
- Celtic women are mainly known from the Gallo-Roman culture. A consistent matriarchy, which was attributed to Celtic women by Romantic authors of the 18th...