Which Famous Queen Are You?



If you take a look at the history of the world then you would realize that there were very few queens. Mostly men held ultimate positions and even if women had a position of power it was due to several reasons like not having a male heir. Nonetheless, there were few queens who became famous due to their competence.

Let us have a closer look at them.


She was the queen of Egypt. As the last pharaoh of Egypt, she tried her best to keep the powers of the dynasty alive by making connections with Roman rulers like Julius Caesar and Marc Antony.

Olga of Russia

Queen Olga is considered as very ruthless and revengeful. She with her grandson laid to the foundation of what we today call it as the ‘Russian Christianity’. Due to this she is also often referred to as Saint Olga in Russian Churches.

Queen Elizabeth I

She was one of the most influential monarchs. During her reign, England saw tremendous growth in world power and cultural influence. She was extremely talented and learnt several different languages like French, Greek, Latin, and Italian during her teens. Music was her favorite hobby and she learned to play spinet and lute. She even composed music. Rightly known as one of the most charismatic queens of England.

Queen Victoria

She was the Queen of United Kingdom and Ireland in the 19th century. She was also the Empress of India during that time. Queen Victoria was the only child of Edward, Duke of Kent, and Victoire Maria Louisa.

Catherine The Great

Catherine reigned over Russia from 1762 and 1796 which was the longest time for a female Russian leader. She expanded her territory into Central Europe and also promoted westernization and modernization of Europe. Russia had evolved a lot under her rule.

I hope you liked this listicle and if you did feel free to leave a comment down into the comments section below. Play the quiz to know which famous Queen are you.

“Tonight is a night to turn heads. Make them remember you. Make sure they never forget. You are the Calipha of Khorasan, and you have the ear of a king.” Despina put her hand on Shahrzad’s shoulder and grinned at their shared reflection. “More important, you have his heart.” She bent forward and lowered her voice. “And, most important, you are a fearsome thing to behold in your own right.”
― Renee Ahdieh, The Wrath and the Dawn

“The blood of Heaven binds you,” said the Queen. “Blood calls to blood, under the skin. But love and blood are not the same.”
“Riddles,” Clary said angrily. “Do you even mean anything when you talk like that?”
“He is bound to you,” said the Queen. “But does he love you?”
― Cassandra Clare, City of Fallen Angels

“And therefore I am come amongst you at this time, not as for my recreation or sport, but being resolved, in the midst and heat of the battle, to live or die amongst you all; to lay down, for my God, and for my kingdom, and for my people, my honour and my blood, even the dust. I know I have but the body of a weak and feeble woman; but I have the heart of a king, and of a king of England, too.”
― Queen Elizabeth I

“And if the serpent grows in monstrousness and corruption, if it poisons the land of Elfhame itself, then let me be the queen of monsters. Let me rule over that blackened land with my redcap father as a puppet by my side. Let me be feared and never again afraid.”
― Holly Black, The Queen of Nothing

“Caine met Diana’s disbelieving gaze and laughed aloud.
“Why so gloomy? Doesn’t every little girl want to grow up to be a queen?”
“Princess,” Diana said.
“So, you got a promotion,” Caine said.”
― Michael Grant, Plague

“Of all public figures and benefactors of mankind, no one is loved by history more than the literary patron. Napoleon was just a general of forgotten battles compared with the queen who paid for Shakespeare’s meals and beer in the tavern. The statesman who in his time freed the slaves, even he has a few enemies in posterity, whereas the literary patron has none. We thank Gaius Maecenas for the nobility of soul we attribute to Virgil; but he isn’t blamed for the selfishness and egocentricity that the poet possessed. The patron creates ‘literature through altruism,’ something not even the greatest genius can do with a pen.”
― Roman Payne

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    Are you more right-brained (creative, emotional) or left-brained (analytical, logical)?

    • Right
    • Left
  • Question of

    Would you rather write a short story or paint a picture?

    • Write
    • Paint
  • Question of

    How do you do your best work?

    • By myself
    • In a small group
    • In a large group
  • Question of

    On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being the most, how extroverted are you?

    • 1-5
    • 6-8
    • 9-10
  • Question of

    What quality of yours do others comment on most?

    • My beauty
    • My independence
    • My charm
  • Question of

    Which ethnic cuisine makes your mouth water most?

    • Ethiopian
    • French
    • Italian
    • Thai
  • Question of

    Are you currently in a romantic relationship?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    In your opinion, which of the following is the most important quality for a good leader to have?

    • Kindness
    • Strength
    • Charm
    • Uniqueness
  • Question of

    Which of the following words best describes your closest friend?

    • Intelligent
    • Independent
    • Kind-hearted
    • Different
  • Question of

    Which member of the current British Royal Family do you relate to most?

    • The Queen
    • Prince William
    • Prince Harry
    • Prince Charles
  • Question of

    How do you feel about Feminism?

    • Obviously I feel it’s a good thing, for me anyway.
    • While I have some old fashioned views on things, I respect it.
    • It’s ridiculous.
    • It’s all very modern, isn’t it?
  • Question of

    Is Parliament a good thing?

    • No, I have the strength and sensitivity to rule alone.
    • Yes, of course it is.
    • It is when it bends to my will.
    • It is a necessary evil.
  • Question of

    Who is your favorite recent PM?

    • Thatcher.
    • Churchill.
    • John Major.
    • Sir Anthony Eden.
  • Question of

    Which British technology is the most important to history?

    • The blast furnace.
    • Radar.
    • The railroad.
    • The gunboat.
  • Question of

    Which nation is England’s greatest ally?

    • We stand alone.
    • America.
    • Germany.
    • Holland.

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