Trinh was a Vietnamese warrior queen ca 3 AD, who successfully resisted the occupying forces of the Wu Kingdom during their time in Vietnam. She was born in the Trieu Son district of Thanh Hoa province. At the time, it was part of the Eastern Wu Kingdom, 1 of China’s 3 Kingdoms. She was orphaned as a young girl & was enslaved by her Brother & his wife until 20, when she fled to the jungle, raising an coed army of 1,000 soldiers. She wore gold armor riding into battle on an elephant.
The Heroine, Mu Guiying #Handmade #Silk #Embroidery #Art 84059 http://www.queensilkart.com/100-handmade-embroidery-framed-wildlife-animal-snarling-bengal-tiger-84059/ The subject of the work is a character named Mu Guiying from Chinese opera, Women Generals of the Yangs. Mu Guying is a young female warrior, forced to do battle by the death of her husband. While singing, Mu Guying also performs exuberant dances, and stunts requiring great stamina, often with a weapon.
Semiramis was a warrior queen in the ancient city of Babylon back around the ninth century BC (or at least she probably was). It's said that she convinced the king of Babylon to make her regent for the day, and when he did, she ordered that he be killed, resulting in one of history's quickest and cleverest coup d'etats. Once in power, she vastly expanded the empire by sheer, brute military force.