The Exaltation of Inanna was written in around 2260 B. by Enheduanna, daughter of Sargon of Akkad. The poem describes the author’s suffering at the hands of an upstart rebel, her appeals to the Moon God, and ultimately her appeal to the goddess Inanna.
Queen Elizabeth I in the "Hampden" portrait, by Steven van der Meulen, ca. According to Wikipedia, this is the earliest full-length portrait of the queen, made before the emergence of symbolic portraits representing the iconography of the "Virgin Queen.
Elizabeth I is one of the most iconic figures in history. She was England’s ‘Gloriana’ – a virgin queen who saw herself as wedded to her country, and who brought almost half a century of stability after the turmoil of her siblings’ short reigns.
How historical figures would have looked today: Elizabeth I - A powerful no-nonsense female leader, Elizabeth might have straightened her hair in a powerful yet stylish short cropped style. Known for her love of fashion, she would be more likely to wear