Most influential, according to experts, was Maria Sklodowska-Curie – winner of the Nobel prize in physics.
The rating of the most influential women in history. Compilers were made by the authors of the magazine BBC History Magazine. It was leading Maria Sklodowska-Curie – winner of the Nobel prize in physics.
The list was compiled based on the opinions of experts in ten different areas. It is known that Sklodowska-Curie was awarded the Nobel prize in two different fields. In addition, she became the first woman Professor at the University of Paris.
Maria Sklodowska-Curie – winner of the Nobel prize in physics
In second place is American human rights activist Rosa parks, and the third – the leader of the British suffragette movement, Pankhurst Emelin.
Also in the TOP 6 included a mathematician and writer Ada Lovelace, a British biophysicist and radiograph Rosalind Franklin and Prime Minister of great Britain Margaret Thatcher.
In addition, the experts evaluated the significance in the history of the mother of Jesus Christ, of the blessed virgin Mary (12th place), writer Jane Austen (13), Princess Diana (15) and Queen Victoria (17th).