Where did Cleopatra grow up?
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People basically never grow up, your body will constantly be changing. At some point in your life yes you will stop getting taller but you are not done growing up.
Cleopatra was the name of several women of the Ptolemaic dynasty ofancient Egypt. The Cleopatra that we are discussing here isCleopatra VII, who was the last queen (pharaoh) of her dynasty.Over the years she has become an icon of beauty, feminineperfection, intellectual brilliance and any other supe…r hype thatcomes to mind. In reality she was an unpopular leader of acrumbling dynasty, trying desperately to keep her country frombeing swallowed up by Rome. She failed. After her suicide,misconceptions about her began and continue to this day. ( Full Answer )
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She married many men and spoke 9 languages. She was an Egyptian ruler who lived from 69 BC to 30 BC. She sometimes was called the "Queen of the Nile." She was the subject of a Shakespeare play and had many movies.
By origin she was from Greek, her great grandfather was a generalin Alexander the Great's army and when he died his empire was splitup Ptolemy got Egypt. Also Cleopatra was the only one in her familyline who bothered to learn the Egyptian tongue.
The differences between grow up and grow is that "grow up" usually means to grow older and "grow" can be used as telling someone they need to grow. For example, "You need to grow in order to be taller than me." It can also be used as for plants and flowers and things that grow bigger (get bigger.) I… hope this answer helps! ( Full Answer )
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It was not all Cleopatra's fault to bring down her Ptolemaic dynasty. Throughout the genealogy of Ptolemaic history, Alexander the Great who died left his successors to fight for the game of thrones leaving Alexander's family dead in position. Ptolemy one of Alexander's companion sneakingly took the… kingdom in Egypt and part of the Eastern Mediterranean Sea. Ptolemy started to take the power and authority to increase the economy in Alexandrian and oppose against all the sucessors in other parts of the Alexandrian kingdom for stable throne. Ptolemy later descendants began to decay with incest relationship and siblings rivalry. Up to Ptolemy VIII, Ptolemy VIII began to tear the kingdom apart by having incest relationship with his sister and his niece and killing off some of his sister's descendants while losing their claimed territories. Then, with Ptolemy the XII, Ptolemy faced enemies in Alexandrian but was entreated well with the Egyptians since he wanted to form embassy with Rome who held the most powerful position. Nevertheless, the Alexandrians roared against Roman Domination. As Cleopatra was trained by her father in politics, she tried to ally with Rome and was initially unpopular in Alexandria. The Ptolemaic Dynasty decayed from the Ptolemaic geneology leading Cleopatra to struggle power against the economic downfall, famine that makes Egyptians and Alexandrians blame on the government and relationship with Rome. Cleopatra in fact tried her best to actually fixed the economy and ally with the Romans later with Marc Antony who wished to fuse the culture of Rome with Egypt. Cleopatra had political power like any female rulers today to maintain harsh situation similar to male rulers. ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra Tryphaena (VII)was born into the Ptolomy (tol-o-mee) family, a desendant of one of Alexander the great's generals which he left in charge of Egypt. She was the 3rd child, with 2 older sisters (Cleopatra VI, Berenice), a little sister (Arsinoe) and 2 little brothers (Ptolomy and Ptolomy). H…er mother disappeared from records when Cleopatra was about 3. Unfortunately, her father was in alot of debt, and was not the best ruler. Eventually he fled to rome, hoping to find refuge, support, money and soldiers. Her oldest sister, Cleopatra, took over the throne. Cleopatra died (possibly murdered) and Berenice took over. Cleopatra and Arsinoe fled to Sicily and then to rome to find her father. Eventually, She and her father, along with Arsinoe, returned to Egypt and power was restored to her father with help from the Romans. Berenice was executed. Things went ok from then, but her father died, and left the throne to her, with one catch: she had to marry her brother, who was about 15 years younger than her. This was the tradition, as the royal family was considered to be gods, and the gods should and could only marry gods, their own siblings and family. Her brother's (and husband's) advisors despised Cleopatra and brainwashed her brother into thinking she was taking to much power. They ruled Egypt for him. At this point, Julius Caesar came to visit Alexandria (i believe he was owed money by Cleopatra's father and had come to collect it). Cleopatra was banned from his apartments by her huhsband's advisors. This is when she did the famous act of being wrapped in a blanket or rug and be carried into his apartments. It was a success and Julius was instantly in love and agreed to help her. Her brother tried to fight the Romans, but the Romans and Cleopatra won. Her brother was found washed up on the beach, dead, as he was weighed dwon by his gold armour. Cleopatra and Julius were in love, even though Julius was married. Cleopoatra visited Egypt again, but had to return later, as her little sister, arsnoe was trying to take over. She came back with roman forces and overthrew her little sister. Cleopatra bore Julius a child, Ptolemy Caesar (also known as Caesarian). Then Julius was murdered and the triumvirate, consisting of Marc Antony, Octavius Caesar (Julius' nephew) and Crassus. Marc Antony was in charge of Egypt and other parts of the empire. He invited Cleopatra to rome. She came by barge. It cuased quite a stir, as it had purple ( the most expensive dye) sails, gilt deck, and many other luxeries. By the end of the visit, she and Marc were in love. She returned to Egypt. She bore Marc 3 children. Twins, Alexander Helios (Helios meaning sun) and Cleopatra Selene (selene meaning moon), and Ptolemy Philadelphus. Marc Antony's wife died, and Octavius Caesar insisted that Marc marry his sister, Octavia. He did, and Cleopatra was not happy. Marc began to neglect his empire, and Octavius saw this as an opportunity to expand his rule. He declared war on Egypt. Cleopatra and Marc decided that their best chance of winning was to have a sea battle. Meanwhile, Cleopatra was building her tomb. The sea battle was a disaster. Cleopatra's ship went the wrong way, and Marc's ship followed. The rest of the fleet thought he was abandoning the war, and all was lost. They scattered, and were killed. Cleopatra knew she was defeated. She hid in her tomb. News got to Marc that Cleopatra was in her tomb, and he thought she was dead. He asked his most faithful servant to stab him, but the servant killed himself. Marc stbbed himslef, but missed his heart and got his stomach, a painful death. He was carried to Cleopatra's tomb and hauled up the side through a window. He died in cleoptra's arms. Octavius broke into her tomb and imprisoned her in it. Her took all of Egypt's riches. Cleopatra ordered an asp (very poisonous snake) to be taken to her room in a basket of figs. She sent a note to Octavious saying she would like to be buried next to Marc Antony. When he got there it was too late. she was dead, along with her two maids, one of who was adjusting her crown, then collapsed. That's only a brief history, sorry. ( Full Answer )
We have to grow up so we can experience life and learn lots of stuffs and live your life .. Fyi Enjoy your life!
Very scary because - 'The palace was filled with Ptolemy's children and they all were very ambitious. This was not safe because they all wanted to be in power and no one could be trusted. Cleopatra knew that many of her family members were killed by relatives so she had to make sure that she kept a …close watch on all the people that were close to her. Because there were no laws governing who the next ruler or pharaoh would be, Auletes would have to choose one of his children to rule after his death. Of course, the tradition of choosing the next pharaoh added tension to the relationship of all the siblings and relatives and all those who were willing to do whatever it took to attain the throne.' sO as you can imagine - SCARY ;) ( Full Answer )
Only in the fact that she wore it, just as all ancient women of status did. I believe that there is/was a present day make up line called Cleopatra or had Cleopatra in it's name, but this was a modern marketing tactic, having nothing to do with the actual Cleopatra.
A plants roots grow down as the plant grows up.. yeah that sounds about right^^ lol x
Cleopatra was a queen or servant in India.... Cleopatra was a queen or servant in India.... Cleopatra was a queen or servant in India...
she was wrapped in a rug because people wanted her dead an she was trying to get back into Rome Caesar had summoned Cleopatra to Alexandria in order to mediate the dispute between her and her brother. However, Cleopatra as the enemy of her brother, would have been killed on sight, so she devised a… way of wrapping herself in a rug (or a laundry bundle as some sources say) in order to be delivered to Caesar. ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra VII was the last monarch of Ancient Egypt. She reigned from 70 BC to 30 BC.
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There are tons of jobs out there for you to be when you grow up. You can become a doctor - if you really are interested in medicine. If not, a nurse - helping doctors and patients. Or maybe you're into the medical tech jobs? If not health/medicine: You could specialize in the sciences? Become a sci…entist of your own special field of interest, such as: Chemistry - Organic Chemistry, Environmental Chemistry, Analytical Chemistry, etc. Biology - Microbiologist, Marine Biologist, etc. Physics - Physist, etc. Or maybe you're interested in becoming an engineer? Those careers make a lot of money. Or you could go into Architecture? It's a mix between physics, engineering, and art. If you're not interested in Science or Health or Engineering: Go into the Arts and Humanities field. Become an editor? a writer? a publisher? Work in public relations? Working as a Lawyer maybe? Figure out the hobbies and interests that YOU love. Eventually, along the road you'll figure out what type of job you'll love! Remember this is about you! Don't pick a job because someone told you to go into that field. ( Full Answer )
He had to be the head of his family because his mom died and his dad drank
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Philip had grow up in a care home at least dat wat i think cuz im da 1 asking the question but cnt find an answer but look me up on facebook
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He grew up in San Diego , but after he finished high school he moved to Hollywood .
Sir Douglas Mawson was born in England, and moved with his familyat the age of two, to Australia, where he grew up.
i'm pretty sure she grew up in the south but i'm not completely sure i was wondering that myself .
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Cleopatra was queen of Egypt from Ptolemy dynasty (dynasty established by one of the Alexander the Great generals). Cleopatra lived in 1st century before Christ. Cleopatra is famous by her beauty and by her relations to powerful men of Rome (G.I. Caesar and Antonius).
Well, maybe in romantic novels and plays he does, but in the real world, no. Marc Antony and Cleopatra were political allies. Cleopatra needed Antony to keep her dynasty in power, she lured him with sex and luxury. Antony needed Cleopatra's money to finance his military campaigns, which, if he were …victorious, would make him the top man in Rome. They were forced into collaboration, due to Octavian's failure to keep his promises of troops and support for Antony's campaigns. The romantic facet of their relationship has, over time, been blown up to monstrous proportions, overshadowing the actual reasons they were allies. ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra is the Queen of Egypt in 500BC. She is a successful queen, but the last queen of Egypt.
Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power ove…r her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. Cleopatra never, ever, had power over Octavian. Octavian had the power over her. That's why she killed herself. ( Full Answer )
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It really depends on your genes. It doesn't really matter I don't think it's just you are born the way you and are there is nothing to stop it.
Her backing of Marc Antony's rulership in the eastern part of the Roman empire pleased the eastern Romans but displeased the western Romans and Octavian Caesar.
Some say she was ssoo beautiful, that make-up wasn't needed, otherwise, our blush was the red dry egyption soil.
cleopatras life growing up was just like a princesses life retards but she was a mean one
The word "daughter" is a noun, and it requires the third person singular for the verb. The verb "to grow" is a regular verb and forms its third person by adding an -s. So: "When Barack Obama's daughter Malia grows up, she wants to go to college." In the past tense, it would be "His daughter Malia gr…ew up in Chicago." You would use "grow up" with the first person (I) or the second person (you). I grow up. You grow up. But... he or she or David or Rosa or my son or my daughter grow s up. ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra wanted the public to think of her as Divine and worship her; she dressed like the goddess Isis to reinforce the message that she was the reincarnation of one of Egypt's most popular female deities.
yes hey had a child named Caesarian, at least that's what Cleopatra claimed. However there are many questions about Caesarion's parentage.
Probably not. As a royal child she would have more contact with her tutors and slaves than her own parents. Of course we don't know who her mother was so we have no information as to how close they were. We do know, though, that her father was in exile and had to leave the country so she was separat…ed from him. (No, there is no historical proof that Cleo traveled with her father. That is just stuff that novelists imagine) ( Full Answer )
It is assumed that Cleopatra grew up in Alexandria, although we don't know for certain. At any rate, no matter where she grew up, the place would not have affected her to any large extent. She was a royal child and because of her status she was isolated from the "average" people of the city. Her sch…ooling was given by tutors and servants who taught her how to act and behave. Her friends and associates were all people of her own class. ( Full Answer )