|Who is it?||Actor|
|Birth Day||January 19, 1921|
|Birth Place||Bismarck, North Dakota, United States|
|Age||99 YEARS OLD|
Shakespeare's reference to Tomyris as 'Queen of the Scythians', rather than the usual Greek designation 'Queen of the Massagetae', points to two possible likely sources, Marcus Junianus Justinus' "Abridged Trogus Pompeius" in Latin, or Arthur Golding's translation (1564).
The given name Tomris or Toʻmaris has also become very popular in Central Asia and Turkey in the 20th and 21st centuries. Toʻmarisning Koʻzlari (The Eyes of Tomyris) is a 1984 book of poems and stories by Uzbek author Xurshid Davron. Toʻmarisning Aytgani (The Sayings of Tomyris) is a 1996 book of poetry by Uzbek poet Halima Xudoyberdiyeva.
Eustache Deschamps added Tomyris to his poetry as one of the nine Female Worthies in the late 14th century.
Tomyris leads the Scythian civilization in the 2016 4X video game Civilization VI developed by Firaxis Games.