How Cleopatra indentified herself with Egypt?

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.

Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.
Cleopatra identified herself with Egypt by learning the language, following the religion, and dressing up as the goddess Isis, either to impress the Egyptian people or because she actually believed she was the "New Isis" as she liked to call herself.