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Most Famous Women in Ancient History

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A Pharaoh of Egypt, she was also known as the "Female Horus".
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became queen of egypt at 18years old
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Rani Laxmi Bai Report Abuse
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Hypatia Report Abuse
She was an important teacher who lived in Alexandria, Egypt between 350 AD to 370 AD. She taught Philosophy, Astronomy, and Mathematics. She made important contributions in all of these areas, and is considered the first important women in Mathematics. She was killed for her ideas by a mob who believed she was causing religious termoil.
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Joan of Arc Report Abuse
Joan of Arc is a Catholic saint and a national heroine of France. With her leadership, the French army won numerous battles against the British. Her success was instrumental in permitting Dauphin to be crowned as King Charles VII. Despite her loyal service to the King, she was left to fend for herself at a political trail for heresy. In the end, she was burnt at the stake.
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Trung Sisters Report Abuse
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Queen Samsi Report Abuse
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Queen Isabella Report Abuse
The Queen of Castile, together with her husband, King Ferdinand, she conquered Granada and Spain. She also sponsored Christopher Columbus’s voyage to the Americas.
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Queen Elizabeth I Report Abuse
Known as the Virgin Queen, she was known to speak 6 languages and was the last Tudor ruler of England. Her reign was known as the “Golden ages” in English history.
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Queen Victoria Report Abuse
Becoming the Queen of England at the age of 18, England prospered both economically and socially. She was also known Empress of India as India was part of the British colonial empire.
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Artemisia Report Abuse
Ruler of Halicarnassus (Turkey), she helped Xerxes defeated the Greeks at the battle of Salamis. She was so formidable that the Greeks considered a big threat to their empire. Attempts to capture her failed.
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Cartimandua Report Abuse
Cartimandua was the Queen of Brigantes and through her, Rome ruled the largest English tribal community at that time.
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Mary the mother of Jesus Report Abuse
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Queen Olympias Report Abuse
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Anne Boleyn Report Abuse
the woman who changed england and mother of the greatest queen in history.
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Empress Dowager Cixi Report Abuse
She is regarded by many Chinese and historians to be the ruler who led China to her downfall.
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Cassandra Report Abuse
She predicted Caesar's murder.
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It's Calpurnia.....
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Ruth Report Abuse
one of the ancestors of Jesus
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Esther Report Abuse
The jewish queen of Persia
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Helen of Troy Report Abuse
Known as the face that launched a thousand ships.
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i cant find her an any ancient history books or on the enternet
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Helen of Troy is only found in legend.
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No such person
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She was real, what role she played in the war is unknown.
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Legend; may not be real
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