Zenobia

Zenobia, queen of Palmyra and ultimately of the East, whose ambition provoked the jealousy of the Emperor Aurelian, who marched an army against her, and after a succession of defeats subdued her and brought her to Rome to adorn his triumph as conqueror, though afterwards he presented her with a domain at Tivoli, where she spent the rest of her days in queen-like dignity, with her two sons by her side; she was a woman of great courage and surpassing beauty. See Longinus.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Zeno * Zephaniah
Zeitun
Zeller, Eduard
Zemindar
Zem-Zem
Zenana
Zend
Zend-Avesta
Zenith
Zeno
Zeno
Zenobia
Zephaniah
Zephon
Zephyrus
Zermatt
Zero
Zeus
Zeuss, Johann Kaspar
Zeuxis
Zidon
Ziethen, Johann Joachim von