Julie's Reviews > Queen, Empress, Concubine: Fifty Women Rulers from the Queen of Sheba to Catherine the Great

Queen, Empress, Concubine by Claudia Gold
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May 25, 10

it was amazing
bookshelves: own, non-fiction
Read in September, 2008 — I own a copy , read count: 1

This book takes a look at fifty of the most remarkable women rulers throughout history. From the dawn of civilization in Egypt to the most controversial women of the 20th century, I really enjoyed reading about familiar rulers and more obscure women who shaped world history. I was surprised to see a few notorious figures left out, like Anne Boleyn and Alexandra Romanov, but I suppose Gold had to limit her choices or this book could have easily been twice as long.

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