Did the people of Egypt hate Cleopatra?

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.

The native Egyptians were neutral towards her. Their lives continued in the same basic fashion no matter who was ruling. However the Alexandrians, for the most part, were resentful of her as they never wanted her as their queen in the first place. Many resented the fact that she was forced on them by Rome. But there were also others who were her allies, at least when things were going well.