Thursday, October 13, 2016

Assyrian Queen Sammu-Ramat and the Goddess, Semiramis
The 9th century BCE Assyrian Queen, Sammu-Ramat left such a baffling impression on her people that they immortalized her forever as a conquering warrior queen named Semiramis. Sammu-Ramat was a trusted adviser to her husband, the Assyrian King Shamshi-Adad V. When her husband died, Sammu-Ramat stepped in as regent to stabilize and grow Assyria until her son, Adad-Nirari III, was mature enough to rule his Kingdom. Sammu-Ramat's astute and shrewd governance of Assyria earned her the admiration and awe of her people, causing her history to evolve into elaborate mythology and legend.

Read our article about the Assyrian Warrior Queen on our official website, here (or click the above picture).

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