Women in History

Name these famous historical women!
Quiz by Geoguy
Last updated: January 10, 2016
First submittedFebruary 28, 2015
Times taken427
Average score70.8%
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One of the longest reigning Pharaohs, 'The first great woman of History'
Great Royal Wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten
Last Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt
'The Maid of Orleans'
Joan of Arc
Longest ruling female leader of Russia
Catherine the Great
First woman to fly solo over the Atlantic Ocean
Amelia Earhart
English Author of Pride and Prejudice
Jane Austen
Refused to give up her bus seat
Rosa Parks
Only woman to become Prime Minister of India
Indira Gandhi
Queen of the Iceni Tribe who led an uprising against Rome
Second Wife of Henry VIII, was beheaded by her husband
Anne Boleyn
Queen of Castille and Leon, married to King Ferdinand
Isabella I of Castille
Youngest Daughter of the Last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II
Roman Catholic sister of Albanian descent who spent most her life in India
Mother Teresa
Legendary Founder and First Queen of Carthage
Jewish Girl who kept a diary whilst she hid from the Nazis
Anne Frank
Native American woman who was the guide of Lewis and Clark
English Nurse who helped soldiers in the Crimean War
Florence Nightingale
Britain's longest ruling monarch after Elizabeth II
Queen Victoria
First blind and deaf person to get a college degree
Helen Keller
French-Polish discoverer of Polonium
Marie Curie
Wife of FDR, she was a influential WWII writer, activist, and politician
Eleanor Roosevelt
'The Iron Lady', first female British PM
Margaret Thatcher
Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
Harriet Beecher-Stowe
Level 68
Feb 28, 2015
It's Henry VIII, not VII.
Level 68
Feb 28, 2015
corrected, thanks for telling me
Level 73
Nov 23, 2015
Elizabeth II has reigned longer than Victoria . . . and is still going. Quiz needs to be updated.
Level 71
Jan 9, 2016
Lovely quiz. ^_^ But Mrs Gandhi was Indian prime minister, not president. However, Pratibha Patil was Indian president 2007-2012.
Level 80
Aug 19, 2016
The only three I missed were because of spelling errors. I tried about 10 different ways to spell Boudica (Buddica, Budicca, boudicca), same for Hatshepsut (Hutsepshut, Hasepsut, Hatsepsut) and Sacagawea (Sacajawea should also be accepted)