Candace is noted as being one of the strongest female military tacticians who had excellent skills at commanding a military.
It has been told that King Alexander pulled back his army from attempting to invade Ethiopia during 332 BC because of the fear of the great African Empress.
Nefertiti was one of the most mysterious and powerful women in ancient Egypt.
She was best known for her painted sandstone bust, which was rediscovered in 1913 and became a global icon of feminine beauty and power.
Makeda has always been described as the epitome of beauty and power.
She is popularly known for her interesting story with biblical figure King Solomon of Jerusalem, who taught her about leadership and monotheism.
They had a son named Menelik I, meaning ‘son of the wise’, who became the first Imperial ruler of Ethiopia and the first of a line of Aksûmite Kings.
Nana Yaa Asantewaa was the queen of Ejisu of the Ashanti Empire which is now part of modern Ghana.
She was known as the woman who fearlessly fought against the British colonialist to her exile. Queen Mother Yaa Asantewa was the last woman ever to lead a major war against the colonist.
Cleopatra VII Philopator was an Egyptian Queen and the last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
She was famed for her supposed beauty and intellect, and her love affairs with Julius Caesar and Mark Antony.