The identity of the queen of the charts is even more difficult to identify some of the kings because they were so familiar. This is the most widespread interpretation: Queen of Hearts Judith – a biblical figure, a beautiful widow who has used her feminine wiles and cunning to cut off the head of Holofernes, the Assyrian army commander. and Isabelle of Bavaria – the wife of Charles VI and mother of Charles VII Queen of Spades Athens – the Greek goddess of wisdom, or Joan of Arc – France heroine of the Hundred Years War, burnt at the stake. Queen of diamonds Rahi – biblical prophet and the prophet’s first wife of Jacob, one of the three great Jewish patriarch, the mother of Joseph and Benjamin. Queen of Clubs Argin – anagram word regina which is Latin for queen or it may mean a distorted form of the name Argueil to be called mythical princess of Argos. or Agnes Sorel – the first officially acknowledged mistress of a French king. She was the favorite concubine of King Charles VII. or Juno – Queen of the gods in Roman mythology.