Queen Zenobia's Last Look Upon Palmyra, by Herbert Schmalz.
In the 9th century BC, according the legendary history of Britain, Queen Gwendolen gathered an army and fought her ex-husband, Locrinus, in a civil war for the throne of Britain. She defeated him and became the monarch.
In 60–61, Boudica, a Celtic chieftain in Britain, led a massive uprising against the occupying Roman forces. The Romans attempted to raise the morale of their troops by informing them that her army contained more women than men.
In 1689,RANI MANGAMMAL from the kingdom of Nayak Rani Mangammal (1689—1704) was a queen, in the Madurai Tamil Nadu Nayak kingdom in present day Madurai, Tamil Nadu India.refhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mangammal
In 1716, Maria leads a slave rebellion on Dutch Curacao.
In 1760-1790, [[Rani Velu Nachiyar (Tamil: இராணி வேலு நாச்சியார்) was an 18th-century Indian queen from Sivagangai, TamilNadu. Rani Velu Nachiyar was the first queen to fight against the British in India. refhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velu_Nachiyar
In 1763, Gabriela Silang led a revolution against the Spanish to establish an independent Ilocos, which was started by his husband, Diego Silang in after her husband was assassinated in 1763.
^David E. Jones. Women warriors: a history. Brassey's, 2000 ISBN 978-1-57488-206-3, p. 131: "the Greek woman warrior tradition continued into the 18th century with Laskarina Bouboulina. Born in 1783, she developed into a Greek naval commander"