Top 7 Greatest Warriors

There were so many brave individuals who could fit on this list but I think these represent warrior states from around the world and throughout the ages.

As long as there have been civilizations, there have been unending wars for power and land. These wars have produced some of the fiercest warriors the world has ever seen. Men who are not only exceptional at hand to hand combat but who were also great leaders and brilliant strategists.

#Leonidas of Sparta

Leonidas I was one of the two kings of Sparta during the Greco-Persian wars and the leader of one of the most ferocious military units in history: the three hundred Spartan hoplites.
He’s remembered best for his unmatched boldness and fearless character, and rumor has it that during the end of the battle of Thermopylae he remained alone fighting against hundreds of thousands of Persian soldiers before he was killed.

#Julius Caesar

Gaius Julius Caesar, often referred to as Julius Caesar, was a Roman politician, general, and an eminent author of Latin prose. He was much more than a military dictator and he played a key role in the demise of the Roman Republic and the rise of the Roman Empire. In 60 BC, Caesar formed a political alliance with Crassus, and Pompey that dominated Roman politics for many years. His victories in the Gallic Wars extended Roman territories to the English Channel and the Rhine.  He was the first Roman general to cross both the Channel and the Rhine, when he built a bridge across the Rhine and crossed the Channel to invade Britain. Caesar’s victory in the Civil war put him in an unrivalled position of power and influence. 


Khutulun was the daughter of the Mongolian leader Kaidu and the niece of Kublai Khan. She was described by not only Kaidu and Kublai Khan to be a superb warrior, but also Marco Polo and other greatest warriors of the time made solemn statements of her skills.
She assisted her father, the most powerful man in Asia in various battles.

#The Flame

Finally, a warrior whose name justifies his reputation. Flamma, AKA “The Flame,” was an ancient Roman gladiator. While other gladiators were busy fighting for their freedom, he refused his freedom four times.


Undoubtedly the most famous and skilled gladiator who ever lived was Spartacus. Along with other gladiators, he became a slave leader in the Third Servile War.
He led a major slave uprising against the Roman Republic. No other individual terrorized the powerful republic the way he did.

#Hannibal Barca

It is believed that Hannibal was one of the greatest generals and military leaders of the ancient world and a brilliant strategist, who developed tactics of outflanking and surrounding the enemy with the combined forces of infantry and cavalry. His wars with the Roman Empire were some of the most epic of all antiquity.

#Alexander The Great

Alexander the Great conquered an empire that stretched from the Balkans to the region today called Pakistan. He also fought on the front lines of every battle. He conquered Persia, India, and Egypt, among others while managing to remain undefeated.


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Top 7 Greatest Warriors
There were so many brave individuals who could fit on this list but I think these represent warrior states from around the world and throughout the ages.
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