What would have happened to Cleopatra VII if she did not 'kill herself'?

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.
We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.

We don't know for certain. Cleopatra presented a problem for Octavian. Although the Roman people were against Cleopatra and hated her for her relationship with Antony, there was always the possibility that they would feel sorry for her if she were to appear in Octavian's triumph (the way they felt sorry for Cleopatra's sister in Caesar's triumph) and Octavian did not want to take the chance of having to show her clemency. So, if Cleo did not kill herself, she would first be humiliated in Octavian's triumph in Rome, and then either killed or sent into exile, depending on the mood of the people, which Octavian had to gage very carefully.