10 Greatest Female Warriors Of All Time
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We have all heard incredible stories about great warriors of the past, and these stories are usually involving men, but what many might not know is that throughout history there were great women warriors as well who also achieved amazing things that might even rival their male counterparts.
From a vicious anti-Christian Queen who took over a powerful kingdom and dethroned an empower with her own hands, to another female warrior who was the commander of a great and powerful army, we bring you 10 Greatest Female Warriors.
10. Gudit – was also known as Judit, and was a non-Christian queen who ruled a once powerful kingdom called Damot, a medieval kingdom in what is now Ethiopia. Around 960 AD.
9. Lozen – was a female warrior of the Chiricahua Apaches, who lived during the 19th century. Apart from her prowess as a warrior, Lozen is reputed to have been a skilled military strategist, as well as being highly proficient when it came to medicinal matters.
8. Boudicca 1st Century AD – Boudicca was the Celtic Queen of the Iceni tribe of modern-day East Anglia, Britain, who led a revolt against Rome in 60/61 CE, and this is how it all started. Her husband had left his kingdom jointly to his daughters and the Roman Emperor at the time when he died
7. Grace O’Malley The Pirate Queen- was Queen of Umaill, chieftain of the O’Maille clan, rebel, seafarer, and fearless leader, who challenged the turbulent politics of 16th century England and Ireland. While Irish legends have immortalized Grace as a courageous woman, she was considered a brutal and thieving pirate who controlled the coastlines through intimidation and plunder.
6. Artemisia of Caria was the queen of the Anatolian region of Caria and became the ruler of Ionia as a client of the Persians. She was an ally of Xerxes during the Second Persian invasion of Greece. She fought at the naval Battle of Artemisium and the naval Battle of Salamis in 480 BC as a commander in the Persian navy.
5. Tomoe Gozen – was a female Samurai Warrior and was one of the best martial arts practitioners of her day and was famed as a warrior of formidable skill. She is famed for going into battle alongside the samurai warrior Minamoto Yoshinaka, who she served with absolute loyalty; according to some sources she was also his mistress or even his wife. In one battle, she is reported to have single handily defended a bridge against dozens of attackers.
4. Ahhotep – was an Ancient Egyptian queen who lived in 1560- 1530 BC, during the end of the Seventeenth dynasty of ancient Egypt, and was the daughter of Pharaoh Senakhtenre Ahmose and Queen Tetisheri. Ahhotep I may have rallied the troops and played a role in defending Thebes. Ahhotep actively took part in battles and other military activities.
3. JOAN OF ARC – Not just a legendary female warrior but also a Roman Catholic saint, Joan was but a girl when visions of the Archangel Michael drove her to approach the military of France’s King Charles VII and offer to assist in his efforts to expel the occupying English in the later days of the Hundred Years’ War.
2. Zenobia was a warrior queen of the Middle East who almost brought the Roman Empire to its knees and represented everything that Isis was not in her once-glorious reign. Zenobia once ruled her home region Palmyra, the Syrian historical city laid waste to by the militant group. descendant of Egyptian leader Cleopatra, Zenobia was a powerful military and economic leader in pre-Islamic Syria.
1. Tamar of Georgia – Tamar, or Tamara, was the daughter of the Georgian King Giorgi III. Her father declared her co-ruler and heir apparent to prevent dispute after his . After the of her father, Tamar gained a reputation as an outstanding ruler and was dubbed “King of Kings and Queen of Queens” by her people.