Annia Galeria Faustina Major was not and could not be a feminist, but this woman understood that a woman's natural intelligence and external attractiveness should be complemented by knowledge in the field of parenting, cooking, organizing family life, as well as government: women should understand the problems of her husband, which he would want to share with her over dinner. And for this girls must learn, learn and learn: married on this time not will.
To be the wife of the Roman Emperor is not a sufficient reason to be loved, respected and copied your style of behavior even in small things. Faustina was braiding an interesting hairstyle on her head – braids gathered in a bun at the top and front like a hat. Whether she invented it herself or was prompted by her hairdresser is unknown, but it is known for certain that the women of Ancient Rome copied this hairstyle not only during her lifetime, but also for two or three generations after her death.