Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses & Commanders

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Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses & Commanders

Postby CR » Thu Oct 30, 2014 3:46 pm

Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses & Commanders

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Artemisia Halicarnassus the Grand Admiral of the Persian Imperial Navy
Artemisia the Persian Warrior Queen: Artemisia was a Greek Iranian Citizen of the Persian Empire, a Local Queen, a military genius and a Persian Patriot.
Grand Admiral Artemis (Achaemnid Dynasty Era), Commander in Chief of the Persian Navy. You can see the spirit of Cyrus in the sky at the background of the painting. Artemisia is one of my all times favorite Iranian Military commanders. Artemisia was not just another Iranian Military Commander, yet she is a living legend and a role model for Persian Women. Please review her biography in the history section of IPC, researched and written by Yours truly.


Dear Friends:

Please review the new and updated historical research by Ahreeman X:


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Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses, Commanders and Stateswomen
Famous Historical Persian Women
2 Parts

Ahreeman X
1st Edition: December 23, 2006
2nd Edition: October 31, 2014

Prologue

My word is particularly with you, The Persian Woman,

Young generation of Iran, future generation of Iran, energetic young ladies of Iran and opinionated Persian girls, please listen and safe keep this advice in your minds and in your hearts:

Lifesaving Advice

We have enough Iranian “Career Exilists” and “Islamic Apologists” abroad; we also have enough Iranian “Half-Sleep Inxilists” and “Arab Worshipers” inside Iran, so do not become one!

Enough being a:

Career Exilist = Making a career out of being in Exile
Islamic Apologist = Apologizing for Islam and sugar coating it to look good
Half-Sleep Inxilist = Silent Majority sleep now for decades exiled inside their own country Iran
Arab Worshiper = Iranian Muslim

Start being a:

True Persian to your own culture, tradition, philosophy, race, language and lifestyle; wake up the Beast of “Persianhood” and remain Persian for eternity!

The purpose of this article is specifically for the Persian youth and then the Persians in general, to know their valuable historical Persian Women. The youth shall be aware of their rich and glorious history. Women in Ancient Persian Empire were valuable beings; they often had important positions in the Courthouse, Cabinet Ministries, Military, State Department, Financial Institutions and other official administrations. Later on, during the First Arabo-Islamic Invasion-Occupation (651 AD), some of the Persian Women gathered Commando and Guerrilla armies, and some associated with their fellow men, combining the resistance forces against the foreign oppressors.

Read more:

Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses, Commanders and Stateswomen

Famous Historical Persian Women: Part 1
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/his ... /index.htm

Famous Historical Persian Women: Part 2
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/his ... /index.htm

Iran History Index
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/index.htm

Iran Online Library Index
http://iranpoliticsclub.net/library/index.htm

Regards,
Catayoun Razmjou
IPC Web Mistress
IPC Office

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/
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Re: Persian Warrior Queens, Princesses & Commanders

Postby CR » Fri Feb 13, 2015 11:04 am

Artemisia is a Living Legend

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Artemisia the Grand Admiral of the Imperial Persian Navy – 300: Rise of an Empire Movie 2014
Superb military genius and a living Persian Legend of all times


Magnificient new version of Artemisia’s Biography:

Grand Admiral Artemisia of the Persian Imperial Navy (The Lioness)
Artemisia The First, of Halicarnassus (Halicarnassius), A Living Legend

http://iranpoliticsclub.net/history/artemisia/index.htm

Happy reading

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