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Semiramis, legendary founder of Babylon and military leader.

Queen Semiramis of Babylon by Cesare Saccaggi. Every time a Leo puts him/herself out in Full Fab mode at the mo, there is Saturn bitching about grounding, foundations, funding and flossing. Psychologically, Leo wants to be a King/Queen of Babylon, all Pagan Splendor and companion spirits of some power. Get out and get some fresh air in your mane. A.k.a. perspective. Aerate your consciousness. A Leo is nothing without a song in the heart – what’s your theme tune this weekend?

Semiramide ( A Babilonia ), Cesare Saccaggi - with reald gold and gems priestess of the caves

Lady de Trafford as Semiramis Queen of Assyria p261

Party time again: Costume Ball 1897

Lady de Trafford as Semiramis Queen of Assyria, Duchess of Devonshire's 1897 Diamond Jubilee

Semiramis: Ancient Woman of Mystery.

Adriaen Backer Semiramis receives word of the uprising in Babylon 1669 FHM 01 OS

#100days100women Day 43: Margaret Shello—fought for the Kurdish Peshmerga in 1960s Iraq, including several important battles.  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_George_Shello

#100days100women Day 43: Margaret Shello—fought for the Kurdish Peshmerga in 1960s Iraq, including several important battles. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Margaret_George_Shello

Semiramis (Greek: Σεμίραμις, Armenian: Շամիրամ Shamiram) was the legendary wife of King Ninus, succeeding him to the throne of Assyria. ... A real and historical Shammuramat (the Akkadian and Aramaic form of the name) was the Assyrian wife of Shamshi-Adad V (ruled 824 BC–811 BC), king of Assyria and ruler of the Neo-Assyrian Empire, and its regent for five years until her son Adad-nirari III came of age.

Assyrian queen Semiramis (Shamiram) was the legendary wife of King Ninus, succeeding him to the throne of Assyria.

"The Shepherd finds the Babe Semiramis" by Ernest Wallcousins (1883-1976), also known as "Yet Another Depiction of Semiramis as a White Girl"

"The Shepherd finds the Babe Semiramis" by Ernest Wallcousins also known as "Yet Another Depiction of Semiramis as a White Girl"

Some Royal Mongol Ladies: Alaqa-beki, Ergene-Qatun and Others - Medievalists.net

Imperial women, in fact, if we may base our judgment upon the only Mongolian source to survive, the Secret History, enjoyed a great more respect than the non-Mongolian sources would have us believe.

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