again, exceptions to the rule. also the latter was a leader, wether or not she participated from the front, who knows. also "Charioteer" isnt a DnD class. Joan of arc was basically a glorified figurehead
>Romans were fighting for patriarchy
listen to yourself. You realy think the mightiest empire in europe for most of its history bothered that some barbarians were ruled by a woman? Romans foguht for conquest. For political and economic advantages. Do you understand how different barbarian law was to roman law? And how many non female led barbarian tribes were subjugated by the romans? Despite them beeing "allies" before? Pretty much all the gauls suffered this fate.
Its also not like the Romans fell over themselves to invade scythia to get rid of the *actual* women warriors, rather than boudicca who was a family of women in a male dominated culture (the celtic one)
>Matriarchies were eliminated by various empires well, i have a different conclusions as to why that is. History is brutal and only the strong cultures survive.