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Feel the Call of the Call of the Wild. Art that Will Bring Out the Animal in You

Feel the Call of the Call of the Wild. Art that Will Bring Out the Animal in You

The daughter of Queen Ismenie, Makeda, also referred to as the Queen of Sheba, was born in Ophir 1020 BC. Legends about the Queen of Sheba are told throughout Ethipoia and several other middle eastern countries. She is described as a queen who had possessed the gift of ruling with a woman's heart, as well as with a man's head and hands. She is especially remembered for her betrayal of her culture's gods to begin following the Israelites (Jews).

The daughter of Queen Ismenie, Makeda, also referred to as the Queen of Sheba, was born in Ophir 1020 BC. Legends about the Queen of Sheba are told throughout Ethiopia and the middle eastern countries.

Queen Nzinga (1583-1663) In the sixteenth century, the Portugese position in the slave trade was threatened by England and France. As a result, the Portugese shifted their slave-trading activities to the Congo and South West Africa. Here, the Portugese encountered the brilliant and courageous Queen Nzinga, who was determined never to accept the Portugese conquest of her country. An exceptional stateswoman and military strategist, she harassed the Portugese until her death, at age eighty.

Queen Nzinga Mbande, was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the Muslim slave trade.

2,868 diamonds, 273 pearls, 17 sapphires, 11 emeralds, and 5 rubies - Guess which Crown?

The Imperial State Crown, coronation crown of Great Britain. Most notable amongst its many jewels are the 317 carat Second Star of Africa and the 170 carat Black Prince Ruby, dating to the century.