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Cleopatra was the last Egyptian pharaoh. She ruled (primarily) from Alexandria, Egypt.
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Cleopatra's First brother was 12 when she married him. Her second brother was 10 when she married him. Hope i helped!!
the five last emperors of Ancient Rome brought a golden age they were Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antonius Pius and Aurelius. The first emperor Augustus also was thought of as bringing a golden age because he made so many good and necessary changes.
Caesar and Cleopatra was a play by George Bernard Shaw which was filmed with Claude Rains and Vivien Leigh in the title roles in 1945.
Punishment had been brutal long before the reign of Elizabeth I, and was quite brutal until fairly modern times. Punishment in Elizabeth's reign was typical, not exceptional.
On July 27th 1794 Robespierre was accused of tyranny, barred from speaking at the National Convention, and was placed under arrest as were several key supporters. Although these captives were promptly rescued by soldiers loyal to the Commune of Paris and brought to the HotÃªl de Ville the Conventi…on ordered the National Guard to move to recapture Robespierre who subsequently received a gunshot wound to the lower jaw during his recapture. On July 28th Robespierre together with his closest associates Louis Saint-Just and Georges Couthon and nineteen other supporters died on the guillotine. Eighty more followers of Robespierre were executed the next day. Thus perished a man who had been a successful, popular, and cultured provincial lawyer but who gained power in turbulent times and was able to pursue certain unproven social theories with a singleness of mind that could tolerate grievious human suffering if it was perceived as 'necessary' to the realisation and defence of a theoretically ideal society. ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra was the catalyst that provoked the final conflict between Antony and Octavian and ultimately brought Octavian into supreme power.
when nur jhan was ruling in place of jahangir in front of coin there was picture of jahnagir and at the backm of coin nur jahna's picture was there
Cleopatra reigned in Egypt from 47 BC to 30 BC. A reign of 17 years.
Cleopatra met Antony at Tarsus where they began their relationship. However, they more than likely were at least introduced while she was in Rome and Antony could possibly even have met her when she was a child when he served with Gabinius in Egypt.
Cleopatra had three sisters; Cleopatra VI, who died as a child, Berenice IV, who her father beheaded, and Arsinoe IV, who Cleopatra had Marc Antony kill.
Many families were poor and lots were on the bridge to death. But Mary was a decent queen all the same!
History of the Persian cat: The Persian is one of the oldest known breeds of cat. The early history isn't entirely known although it is generally accepted that the early cats came from Persia (now Iran) & Turkey. Italian traveler Pietro della Valle (1586 - 1652) is credited with bringing the first… Persian cats back to Europe, arriving in his homeland of Italy in 1620 with them. By the 1800's the Persian had become a popular breed in Europe & the first Persians arrived in America in the late 1800's. In the Harpers Weekly supplement dated January, 27, 1872 there is an illustration of several feline exhibits from the London Crystal Palace show, including an Persian cats. Cleopatra's death was in August of 30 BC and her birth was in January of 69 BC. So these cats came long after her death. History states she had a pet leopard named Arrow who she got from her father as a young girl. . ( Full Answer )
Cleopatra could be considered clever and even witty at times. She certainly displayed her cleverness in having herself delivered to Caesar in either a mat, rug or laundry basket,(sources vary) and her wit showed through in her fishing joke with Marc Antony.