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It had been thought for a long time that Tutankhamun had never been actively engaged in war – there was no clear evidence for it. But that has now changed. Dr Raymond Johnson of the University of Chicago has spent many years studying the decorated blocks scattered throughout the temple complexes at Karnak and Luxor, which represent the remains of now-dismantled temples. Many of these appear to have come from monuments erected by Tutankhamun and, after years of painstaking work piecing together these vast jigsaw puzzles, Dr Johnson has concluded that the young king may well have been actively engaged in battle.
In addition to the list above, the term "courtesan" has often been used in a political context in an attempt to damage the reputation of a powerful woman, or disparage her importance. Because of this, there is still much historical debate over whether certain women in history can be referred to as courtesans. For example, the title was applied to the Byzantine empress Theodora , who had started life as an erotic actress but later became the wife of the Emperor Justinian and, after her death, an Orthodox saint . The term has also been applied to influential women including Anne Boleyn , Mad Umrao Jaan (Amiran) from the novel [[Umrao Jann Ada]] : She was kidnapped and sold into a Tawaif Kotha. aline Bishop , Diane de Poitiers , Mathilde Kschessinska , Pamela Harriman , Eva Perón and Gabrielle "Coco" Chanel . The attempt to define such women as courtesans is often intended to draw attention to certain perceived qualities, ambitions or conduct which are held to be courtesan-like.