Joan of Arc was a commander not a frontline fighter. Even then she had a literal aide tent full of experienced male officers who had been trained since childhood and fought in battle against the English since the age of 15 so all credit cannot be solely on her.
Anne Bonny was a pirate. Not a warrior
Mary Read same as above
Anne Dieu same as above
Clearly your cherrypicking and lack of examples says it all.
There are a few examples of warrior women though around the world but they are very rare and most sources are from folklore and legend rather than historical. Males have always been the warrior sex naturally just by biology and genetics never-mind cultural,religious and racial reasons.>>3154213
That argument was shut down by a female anthropologist who examined her skeleton which was flawless with not one sign of physical combat and that the jewelry was pretty and not related to any spiritual belief pointing out Viking men served both Catholic and Muslim kings and caliphs who rewarded them in gold,loot from campaigns and the like. You're referring to the "MUSLIM SWEDISH VIKING WOMAN" meme right?
Anyway on topic. Illustration of the Battle of Watling Street. The decisive battle that secured Roman rule in Britain for another 340 years and ended the extremely destructive and costly Iceni rebellion led by Boudica,. Tactitus said 80,000 Britons were killed to just 400 Roman soldiers. Boudica herself was raped and killed but not before watching her daughters being raped and killed by Roman soldiers.