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Cleopatra was the last Pharaoh who ruled Ancient Egypt. She committed suicide after losing the Battle of Octavia. Her liaisons with popular Roman figures Julius Caesar and Mark Antony are taken to be proof of her beauty and sexual appeal.
Free trade, but only to a limited number of Marc Antony's cronies. Otherwise, Cleopatra did very little for the world. It was not her concern. All she worried about was Egypt and keeping what she had. The taxes on ships using Alexandria's harbor and also on the goods that they brought, were just a...
Cleopatra basically did, but she was also helped by A man. She did rule an army of men in her position. She was a ruler, because she killed her brother. So yes she was a ruler, I'm pretty sure, but look it up incase.
It was Cleopatra. In actual fact, this was a  power play on Cleopatra's part. She became the lover of the most  powerful man in Rome to avert the possibility of a Roman invasion  of Egypt. The affair was also an alliance between Egypt and the man  who dominated Roman politics. Had the Romans...
They felt that Cleopatra's father, Ptolemy XII, did not have a legitimate claim or right to the throne.
he was stabbed to death by rivals in politics and even friends in politics who wanted his job.
Cleopatra was the last independent queen of ancient Egypt. She died by committing suicide by some type of poison, or as modern research is saying, by a combination of three poisons.
all i know is that she came from a family of Macedonian Greeks. there family was ruling Egypt so she must be from Egypt. that's why she she is the queen of Egypt.
Egypt, tomb, bandages, coffin, and pyramid are associated with a mummy.
Here is a list of things Cleopatra loved: her pet lepord, her  private house by the sea, writing, her physician Olympus, learning  about her people, talking with her slave girl, Julius Caesar, mark  Antony, and probably parts of her family.   Unfortunately, the above answer is strictly from...
Cleopatra VII married Mark Antony, Ptolemy XIII, and Ptolemy XIV. She had a child with Julius Caesar (Caesarion), but she never married him. she also had three children with Mark Antony:Cleopatra Selene, Alexander Helios (twins), and Ptolemy Philidelphus.
Cleopatra's family was descendant from Ptolemy one of Alexander the Great's generals. That's why all the males in the dynasty had the name Ptolemy. Her immediate family consisted of her father, Ptolemy XII, Cleopatra V, who may or may not have been her mother, three sisters and two brothers. Her...
He reign started somewhere aroud 51 BC, but she was overthrown by her brother and was not firmly established on the throne until 47 BC.
Cleopatra wasn't queen of a state she was queen of Egypt.
We don't know because we don't know who Cleopatra's mother was. There is only speculation about her mother, but no hard facts.
Cleopatra committed suicide. Just exactly how we don't know. It's suspected that she took a poison of some kind. There is a myth that she killed herself by being bitten by an asp (cobra), but this is just a story with no truth in it.There actually is some evidence. When they had finally caught...
No one knows where Marc Antony or Cleopatra are buried. It is highly likely that Octavian (later known as Augustus) had them both buried together in an un marked grave somewhere in or around Alexandria. Archaeologists are currently digging in Egypt to attempt to locate their last resting place.
Cleopatra spoke many other languagues such as Hebrew, Roman, Latin, and Native Greek. This helped her to face General Pompey the Great and other Rome citezens. Actually, Cleopatra did NOT know Latin, despite the men she had relationships with. Cleopatra knew 9 languages: Egyptian(also known as...
  It was an egyptain tradition.
Cleopatra is always shown as beautiful not short and fat, but you  have to remember that the statues of all Egyptian rulers were  stylized and only the face gives us clues as to who they were, if  there is no inscription. However there is some evidence that she  was a bit on the hefty side. A Dr...
  Ptolemy XII and Cleoptra X
Cleopatra became Queen of Egypt because her family was a dynasty.  She ruled alongside her father at first, then with her brothers,  and lastly, by herself.
No one knows. All they know is that he drowned in the Nile. As soon as he died, Cleopatra became queen, so she most certainly had the motive. We'll never find out if she did or didn't because there is no factual evidence to prove that she did anywhere in the world.
Cleopatra lived in luxury in Egypt with her 5 siblings. She ate the  best foods, had very fine clothing, attended the most distinguished  ceremonies and banquets. She had her own personal tutor, whom  taught her to speak six different languages.
By 100 B.C., the largest city in the Mediterranean world was Alexandria, which Alexander the Great had founded in Egypt.
First they joined together to defeat Julius Ceasar's assassins. Then they split the empire between them and eventually faced off against each other.
Well she loved Marc Antony but after he took the cowards way out and killed himself she was taken prisoner by Octavian, later Cesar Augustus who turned the roman republic into the roman empire. I do not know if she was ever married, I doubt it though
Cleopatra was the last Pharaoh because after her death, Egypt lost its independence and became a province of Rome and was ruled by the Romans under Roman law. Her children were not allowed to rule Although her daughter became a queen by her marriage to king Juba, she did not rule in Egypt.
Cleopatra followed the Egyptian religion and even presented herself as the New Isis.
nice, rich, good to people, called the daughter of Ra ( the sun God), status of her looking like Isis, paid for old ruined temples to be rebuilt, "Queen of the Nile," beautiful, likes festivals.
Her brother Ptolemy XII
she sent spies to
because she was the most powerful and the last Pharaoh of Egypt
Cleopatra only had two husbands and they were her brothers. Ptolemy XIII would have been her first husband before she took up with Marc Antony.
pretty good he just won the dead mans lotto nahh i keed if you mean who is cleopatras father's name was Ptolemy XII. He had a nickname "Auletes" which meant "flute player"
It is believed that Cleopatra was born in January of 69 BC.
She didn't make the world a better place, in fact sh added to its turmoil by her greed and her meddling in her neighbors' business. She caused a costly war between the Nabatean Arabs and Herod and, though her manipulation of Antony, had eyes on the kingdoms to the east of Egypt and some say even...
no she wasent she was a very royal and good queenActually that is very wrong not be mean she was very cruel and mean in some ways she was just basicly evil and devilsh. But in some was she was royal and a good queen but in most days she manipulated people.
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She was born in Alexandria, which was at the time was the learning capital of the world, and was the daughter of the king Ptolemy XII, also called Auletes, which means "flute player". Her mother is unknown, but historians assume it was Cleopatra V, a cousin or sister of her father. By the time...
Cleopatra had three sons, Caesarion, Alexander Helios and Ptolemy Philadelphius.
she was touttered for accedently killed a cat
Yes. Cleopatra like all royals moved with a group of bodyguards and attendants at all times.
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Cleopatra had herself wrapped in either a mat, rug, or laundry bag and delivered to Caesar's quarters.
Yes they entered Rome in silver clothing.
Cleopatra had 7 brothers and married 3 of them.
the play Anthony and Cleopatra lasted for 13 hours long!!!
Octavian/Augustus died of natural causes at the age of 77. According to the ancient writers, he caught a chill which turned to a fever. Today we could possibly say he died of pneumonia.
One version of the crucial Battle of Actium has indicated that at best there was a miscommunication between the forces of Antony and Cleopatra. The Greek historian Plutarch wrote that Antony became infuriated at his war partner Cleopatra, when she had withdrawn her troops and warships to Alexandria...
he was ten when they got married...she was 18
i think that he died of having heavy armour with somebody trew him in the nile riverand he sunk [drowned] to the bottom of the nile riveralso ptolemy [his name] was fifteen [15].
the younger brother she married was 11 at the time of their marriage
she rolled her self in a rug and was delivered to Julius ceaser
no, Cleopatra dearly loved her father... her older sister Tryphaena, supposely killed her first father..
Cleopatra helped Alexandria, Egypt get out of all the debt that her father Auletes put the town in. Plus, she allowed Alexandrian merchants to improve trading and businesses.
It is regarded as the greatest of the Hellenistic cities.
she lived in the palace as a princess and spent her time mostly in The Grand Gardens Of Egypt
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Actually yes she was assassinated by the creed is assassins. The assassins took an asp snake and held it to Cleopatra and the snake killed her from venom toxins.
If you mean as a burial chamber , the answer is no. In her period and she was really a Greek Regent, a provincial governor of a Greek Province, The pyramids were not actively used as current tombs or temples though it is of course conceivable they had landmark status like , to give a very rough...
We know absolutely nothing factual about Cleopatra's early life or childhood. We assume that she had the normal childhood and early life of a royal princess. Anything said about her early life is speculation on the part of the writer. Cleopatra herself, first appears in history as a grown woman of...
Definitely not! She murdered a brother and sister and it was only by a stroke of luck that she didn't have to murder her other brother.
Cleopatra brothers names were Ptolomy XIII and Ptolomy XIV.
she was married to her brother ptolemy,because it was a tradition.
Cleopatra died in her palace at Alexandria.
She beheaded him, just joking. Most authorities think Cleopatra killed her ten year old brother by poisoning him as soon as they returned to Egypt from Rome after Caesar's murder.
The best thing Cleopatra did was probably get bitten by an asp, not to be rude or anything but it was best for her because all hated her
Yes, her biggest mistake or mistakes, was pinning her hopes on two individuals, Caesar and Antony. Both men failed to an extent, and Cleopatra failed with them.
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Yes, Mark Antony and Cleopatra were "married", but the word married should not be taken for the way we define marriage today. Marc and Cleo had a political marriage. It was a union of their political alliance rather than a physical marriage. Antony already had a Roman wife and he did not divorce her...
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Marc Antony had five wives if you count Cleopatra. His four legitimate wives were : #1-- Fadia, #2--Antonia, #3 Fulvia, #4 Octavia. Cleopatra is sometimes considered one of his wives because of a misinterpretation of their political marriage and their sex affair.
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Cleopatra's love was Cleopatra. Everything she did was to further her ambitions for herself and her dynasty. The men in her life, that we know of, Caesar and Marc Antony, were used as stepping stones to power, nothing else.   she had four children with these dudes, 1 son with Caesar and 2girls...
no she was just his mistriss she would marry him because it would give him sole rule of Egypt
Cleopatra was a direct descendant of the Greek general of Alexander the Great who became Ptolemy I Soter. All of his male successors were called Ptolemy and all of his female successors were called Cleopatra.
There were a lot of Cleopatras. I'm guessing you mean Cleopatra VII. She had three husbands. Her oldest brother (who was younger than her) Ptolemy, and her youngest brother, also named Ptolemy. Then she married Marc Antony. They had 3 children. She was also Julius Cesaer's lover and they had a son.
69 BC In Alexandria
There is no record of Cleopatra's agenda when she was visiting Italy so there is no way for us to know if she traveled on the Appain way. If she entered Italy at the port of Brundisium, yes, she would have used the Via Appia to get to Rome. However, if she entered Italy at a place like, say, Ostia,...
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It is because Cleopatra was trying to make herself queen of Egypt by getting help from Caesar. Caesar did not know if he should trust her. With the birth of their child Caesar knew that Cleopatra was trustworthy enough and thus ready to become a queen.
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There were seven queens known as Cleopatra. The most well known one was the last one.If you lived with Cleopatra, legends say she was very attractive and her personality was amazing. Cleopatra had two older sisters and one younger sister. She also had two younger brothers, Ptolemy XIII and Ptolemy...
You have to understand, Marc Antony was more like a son and companion to Caesar they had fought in two major wars together, with the help of Marc Antony, Julius Caesar was able to become permanent consul of Rome. I do not know if there can be a stronger bond between a father figure and his son, but...
Yes, she did. She thought she was the daughter of Ra (the Egyptian sun God) and sacrificed herself to him.
I know this is awkward, but the truth is that Cleopatra VII was most famous for having secret affairs with powerful men, (Julius Caesar and Roman Mark Antony) She suicided herself (for Antony).
  Cleopatra is depicted on the silver screen as a great beauty. We hear that Cleopatra seduced the great Roman leaders Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, and we assume that Cleopatra used her great beauty as a diplomatic aid in putting Egypt on a more favorable footing with Rome. However, we don't...
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Octavian did not commit suicide. He was the first Emperor of Rome and lived a long and happy life.