Women Leaders in African History
Hatshepsut -- Candace of Meroe -- Kahina of the Mahgreb -- Amina of Hausaland -- Helena and Sabla Wangel -- Nzinga of Angola -- Donna Beatrice -- Mmanthatisi of the Sotho -- Ranavalona I -- Muganzirwazza of Buganda -- Yaa Asantewa of Asante.
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Statue of Queen Hatshepsut
Queen Eti of Punt
Engraved scene on bronze bowl from Meroe
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Affonso Africa Ahmed Gran Amanikhatashan Amanitere Amina Amon Angola Arab army Asante asantehene battle became began Berber British Buganda Byzantine Candace capital centre century chief Christian clan coast daughter death defeated Despite Dona Beatrice East Edweso Egypt Egyptian Emperor empire enemies Ethiopian European forced foreign FURTHER READING Gama Golden Stool governor Gran Hatshepsut Hausa Helena invasion Jaga kabaka Kahina Kiluanji king kingdom kingdom of Kongo Kongo Kumasi Kush land leader Lebna Dengel legend London Luanda Madagascar Malagasy manikongo married Matamba Mbandi Mbundu Merina Meroe Meroitic mfecane missionaries Mmanthatisi Moshweshwe Moslem Mpangazita Muganzirwazza Mutesa Napata Ndongo Nehanda Nile Nubia numbers Nzinga Osei pharaoh Portuguese Prempeh Prester John priests prince princess queen mother Radama Ramavo Ranavalona reign religious resistance river royal rulers Sabla Wangel Sao Salvador Sekonyela sent Shona slave trade Sotho Speke temple throne Thutmose Tlokwa troops warrior wives woman women Yaa Asantewa young
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